Answering questions of participants in the 8th annual conference of the Harvard Arab Alumni Association (HA)entitled "the Arab World: From Revolution to Transformation",Mustapha Ben Jfar said setting a timeline for works of the NCA and the next elections "will be made through consensus between all political formations",downplaying the risk of holding a referendum to validate the constitution.
What does HAAA stand for?
HAAA stands for Harvard Arab Alumni Association
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We have 21 other meanings of HAAA in our Acronym Attic
- Hospice Association of America (Washington, DC)
- House Amendments Analysis (Texas)
- Houston Apartment Association
- Houston Arts Alliance
- Hrvatska Akreditacijska Agencija (Slovenian: Croatian Accreditation Agency; Croatia)
- Humanitarian Assistance for Afghanistan
- Humans Against Acronyms
- Haloacetic Acids (chemicals)
- Halifax Area Advertising Authority
- Halton Aircraft Apprentice Association (UK)
- Henderson Area Arts Alliance
- Hepatitis-Associated Aplastic Anemia (disorder)
- Heritage Area Agency on Aging (Cedar Rapids, IA)
- Hypo Auditory Aesthetic Aphasia
- Haitian American Association Against Cancer
- Hearing Aid Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (New Jersey state program)
- Hydroxy/Aromatic Amino Acid Permease
- Home and Abroad Animal Welfare
- Heparin-Associated Antiplatelet Antibody
- Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek (Duchess Anna Amalia Library, Weimar, Germany)
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Asma al-Assad, activities of the 6th Arab World Conference of Harvard Arab Alumni Association (HAAA) kicked off on Thursday under the title /Arab Youth of Today and the Arab World of Tomorrow/ with a wide participation of Arab and foreign officials, academics and experts.
Mohammad Al-Sabah by diplomatic attache at the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry Fahad Mohammad Al-Hajji to the sixth Arab world conference organized by Harvard Arab Alumni Association (HAAA) in Damascus under the patronage, and in the presence of Syrian first lady Asmaa Al-Assad.