Václav Klaus

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Václav Klaus
Vaclav Klaus headshot.jpg
President of the Czech Republic
Lọ́wọ́lọ́wọ́
Ó gun orí àga
7 March 2003
Alákóso Àgbà Vladimír Špidla
Stanislav Gross
Jiří Paroubek
Mirek Topolánek
Jan Fischer
Petr Nečas
Asíwájú Václav Havel[1]
Chairman of the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic
In office
17 July 1998 – 20 June 2002
Alákóso Àgbà Miloš Zeman
Asíwájú Miloš Zeman
Arọ́pò Lubomír Zaorálek
Prime Minister of the Czech Republic
In office
1 January 1993 – 17 December 1997
Ààrẹ Václav Havel
Asíwájú Office created
Arọ́pò Josef Tošovský
In office
2 July 1992 – 31 December 1992
Ààrẹ Václav Havel
Asíwájú Petr Pithart
Arọ́pò Office abolished
Minister of Finance of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic
In office
10 December 1989 – 2 July 1992
Alákóso Àgbà Marián Čalfa
Asíwájú Jan Stejskal
Arọ́pò Jan Klak
Personal details
Ọjọ́ìbí 19 Oṣù Kẹfà 1941 (1941-06-19) (ọmọ ọdún 76)
Prague, Bohemia and Moravia, Germany (now Czech Republic)
Political party Independent (1991- 2009 Civic Democratic Party)
Spouse(s) Livia Mištinová
Children 2 sons
Alma mater University of Economics, Prague
Profession Economist
Signature
Website www.klaus.cz

Václav Klaus (Àdàkọ:IPA-cs; ojoibi 19 June 1941) ni Aare orile-ede Tseki Olominira lati 2003, o tun je didiboyan ni 2008 bakanna ohun tun lo je Alakoso Agba ile Tseki tele (1992–1997). O je onimo oro-okowo.[3][4]


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  1. Životopis - Pražský hrad
  2. "Vlažné přijetí a ateismus Čechů, píší světové agentury". Týden.cz (originally ČTK). Retrieved 2009-10-17. 
  3. "Curriculum Vitae of Vaclav Klaus". Office of the President of the Republic. 2003-03-05. Retrieved 2008-07-10. 
  4. Klaus, Václav (2006-05-06). "The Threats to Liberty in the 21st century". Foundation for Economic Education. Archived from the original on 2008-06-27. Retrieved 2008-02-11.