Nasri Maalouf (Arabic: نصري معلوف‎) (May 7, 1911 – April 2, 2005) was a Lebanese politician. He was a Melkite Greek Catholic, and was known as a moderate and peacemaker in Lebanese politics. Nasri Maalouf was also a prominent lawyer, who mediated one of his most important cases, the one involving the prosecution of Nizar Halabi's assassination.

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  • Nasri Maalouf (Arabic: نصري معلوف‎) (May 7, 1911 – April 2, 2005) was a Lebanese politician. He was a Melkite Greek Catholic, and was known as a moderate and peacemaker in Lebanese politics. Nasri Maalouf was also a prominent lawyer, who mediated one of his most important cases, the one involving the prosecution of Nizar Halabi's assassination. Maalouf was born in , Beirut, in modern-day Lebanon. He was educated in Syria. He was a signer of the Lebanese constitution and the Taif Accord. He was a long-time member of parliament from Beirut- first elected in 1968 alongside Michel Sassine- and served in the cabinet several times, including as foreign minister for a few months in 1992, as well as Defense Minister and Minister of Justice. Shortly before his death, he was appointed to be a member of a council of elders which supervised parliamentary elections in June 2005. (en)
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  • Nasri Maalouf (Arabic: نصري معلوف‎) (May 7, 1911 – April 2, 2005) was a Lebanese politician. He was a Melkite Greek Catholic, and was known as a moderate and peacemaker in Lebanese politics. Nasri Maalouf was also a prominent lawyer, who mediated one of his most important cases, the one involving the prosecution of Nizar Halabi's assassination. (en)
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