Tomáš Ježek

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Tomáš Ježek (economist) Czech minister without portfolio of the CR, member of Czech Parliament (1992-1996), member of Czech National Council, economist and university educator

Tomáš Ježek was a Czech economist and politician who served on the Czech National Council from 1990 to 1992. Concurrently, he was also minister responsible for privatization under Petr Pithart. Between 1993 and 1996, Ježek was a member of the Chamber of Deputies.

Tomáš Ježek is a Czech flatwater canoer who has been competing in canoe marathon on international level since 1994. Competing at many World Championships in marathon he won one silver medal on K1 in Týn nad Vltavou 2008.

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Jaroslav Ježek may refer to:

Ježek is a Czech surname, and may refer to:

Jaroslav Ježek Conservatory, located in Prague, Czech Republic, is a conservatory specializing in contemporary music. Known primarily as a school for jazz and commercial music, it also offers a six-year undergraduate diploma in Classical music, composition, conducting, scriptwriting and musical theatre. The Conservatory offers instruction in piano, guitar, violin, viola, cello, bass, double bass, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, percussion instruments, accordion and voice.

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