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Salama, Vivian (c. 1940 - )

Born
c. 1940
Occupation
Advisor

Summary

Vivian Salama ran for election only once. That was as a Liberal party candidate in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly election for Lakemba in 1981. Vivian Salama ran for election only once. That was as a Liberal party candidate in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly election for Lakemba in 1981. She matriculated at Oxford and Cambridge and completed her teacher training in Egypt in 1973-4. In 1975, Vivian completed an interpreting/translating course at the University of NSW. Vivian Salama was involved in introducing community languages into New South Wales schools.

Sources used to compile this entry: Liberal Party of Australia NSW Division, State General Election 1981 Biographies of Candidates, August 1981.

Annette Alafaci

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