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Nasrat Mounla-Haydar, Syrian judge. Certified Judge of Peace Aleppo 1954-1955-1956; Judge of Criminal Instruction Hama 1955, Aleppo 1959. Senior member Syrian Delaware to Madrid Peace Conference on Middle East, 1991.

Background

Mounla-Haydar, Nasrat was born on July 28, 1930 in Deir-ez-Zor, Furat, Syria. Son of Saleh Mounla-Haydar and Salema Tcherkesse.

Education

Licentiate of law, Damascus University, Syria, 1950. Diploma of High Studies in Private Law, Damascus University, Syria, 1951.

Career

Avocat stagiaire Court of Appeal, Aleppo, 1950, master advisory, 1952. Director Cabinet of Justice Minister, 1959. Member Legislation Department, 1962, director, 1968.

Judge Supreme Constnl. Court, 1973-1986, chief justice, since 1986. Legal advisor to the presidency, since 1962.

Lecturer license section faculty of law Damascus University, 1963-1967, member high studies section, 1972-1974, 82-84. General secretary Ministry of Justice, 1973.

Achievements

  • Certified Judge of Peace Aleppo 1954-1955-1956. Judge of Criminal Instruction Hama 1955, Aleppo 1959.

Membership

Senior member Syrian Delaware to Madrid Peace Conference on Middle East, 1991.

Connections

Married Jihan Habbak, July 29, 1982.

father:
Saleh Mounla-Haydar

mother:
Salema Tcherkesse

spouse:
Jihan Habbak