Safadi has been a part of the Lebanese parliament since 2000 as a component of the Tripoli coalition. He served as the priest of open works and transport from 19 July 2005 to July 2008. Safadi likewise served as acting vitality and water serve in 2007 and in 2008. Safadi served as the clergyman of fund from 13 June 2011 to February 2014 in the bureau headed by Prime Minister Mikati. Inside the bureau, Safadi is a piece of the aggregation selected by the Prime Minister and a free or non-subsidiary pastor in the Mikati's bureau. He is likewise the leader of the Lebanese-German Parliamentary Friendship Committee and a part of the Economy Commission in the parliament.
Safadi's term as fund pastor finished in February 2014 when Ali Hassan Khalil was designated to the post.