Nazih Elasmar is an Australian politician elected to the Northern Metropolitan Region in the 2006 Victorian state elections. He has been accused in the IBAC hearings of paying other people’s membership. He previously worked as the mayor of the City of Darebin in 1997. He started his position as the President of the Victorian Legislative Council for the Northern Metropolitan Region on June 18, 2020.
Nazih is a member of the Australian Labor Party. He is also the sitting member of the Victorian Legislative Council for the Labor Party. Previously, he was the Deputy President of the Legislative Council from July 2018 to December 2018.
Nazih Elasmar Age
Nazih was born on April 16, 1953, and his current age is 68 years. He was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon. His full name is Nazih Halim Elasmar.
According to his LinkedIn profile, he is a Victorian Member of Parliament.
Elasmar has three children with his wife. He currently lives in Greater Melbourne Area, Victoria, Australia, with his wife and family. His cousin, Sami Mazloum, is the Managing Director of Toto’s Pizza House.
Nazih Elasmar Wiki
The Australian politician, Nazih is on Wikipedia.
He completed his secondary education at Garden City University College. Nazih previously worked as a school teacher in Lebanon from 1970 to 1973. He also worked as a Transport Corporation from 1973 to 1992 and was self-employed from 1993 to 1995. From 1996 to 2006, Nazih Nazih was employed as an Electorate Officer.
In the Parliamentary Service, he was elected MLC for Northern Metropolitan in November 2006. He was re-elected in November 2010, November 2014, and November 2018.
Nazih Elasmar Net Worth Details
The net worth details of Nazih Elasmar have not been revealed to the public. However, he might have a hefty earning as he is a successful politician.
Nazih was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for service to the Lebanese community of Victoria through welfare, charitable, and cultural organizations.
Nazih Elasmar IBAC Details
IBAC is investigating the Victorian branch of the ALP for the misuse of taxpayer funds for branch stacking. The Banyule Mayor, Rick Garotti, has admitted to branch stacking and revealed that he has spent $15,000 on party memberships. He also claimed that Nazih Elasmar was part of a branch-stacking operation, and he was in the High Street/Arabic/Darebin branch, reports ABC.
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