2013 TOP 09 leadership election

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  2011 8 December 2013 2015  
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Nominee Karel Schwarzenberg
Party TOP 09
Electoral vote160

Leader of TOP 09 before election

Karel Schwarzenberg

Elected Leader of TOP 09

Karel Schwarzenberg

A leadership election was held in the TOP 09 party in the Czech Republic on 8 December 2013. Incumbent Karel Schwarzenberg was unopposed yet again. He received 160 of the 174 votes. [1]


Karel Schwarzenberg 16091.95

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  1. "Volba předsedy - 8. 12. 2013" (in Czech).