Václav Havel

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Václav Havel
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1st President of the Czech Republic
In office
2 February 1993 – 2 February 2003
Alákóso Àgbà Václav Klaus
Josef Tošovský
Miloš Zeman
Vladimír Špidla
Asíwájú Position established
Arọ́pò Václav Klaus
10th President of Czechoslovakia
In office
29 December 1989 – 20 July 1992
Alákóso Àgbà Marián Čalfa
Jan Stráský
Asíwájú Gustáv Husák
Arọ́pò Position abolished
Personal details
Ọjọ́ìbí 5 Oṣù Kẹ̀wá, 1936(1936-10-05)
Prague, Czechoslovakia (now Czech Republic)
Aláìsí 18 Oṣù Kejìlá, 2011 (ọmọ ọdún 75)
Hrádeček, Czech Republic
Political party Independent
Civic Forum (1989–1993)
Spouse(s) Olga Šplíchalová (1964–1996)
Dagmar Veškrnová (1997–2011; his death)
Alma mater Czech Technical University in Prague
Faculty of Theatre
Profession Playwright
Signature
Website www.vaclavhavel.cz
www.vaclavhavel-library.org

Václav Havel (Àdàkọ:IPA-cs) (5 October 1936 – 18 December 2011) je Tseki olukereitage, alaroko, alakitiyan ati oloselu. Ohun ni eni ikewa ati to gbeyin bi Aare ile Czechoslovakia (1989–92) ati eni akoko bi Aare ile Tseki Olominira (1993–2003). O ti ko ere itage to ju ogun lo ati awon iwe miran ti won ti je yiyiledepada kakiriaye. O gba Eso Aare fun Ominira ti Amerika, Eso Ominira Filadelfia, Enioto ile Kanada, ati Olusoju Ebun Eriokan. Bakanna ni 2005 o je didiboyan bi eni omowe 4th nini ibo gbogbo aye ti iwe olosoosu Prospect Magazine se larin awon omowe 100 olokiki julo.[1]

Václav Havel (2010)


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  1. "Prospect Intellectuals: The 2005 List". Retrieved 6 April 2010.