Václav Havel

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Biographies

Václav Havel
Vaclav Havel.jpg
President of the Czech Republic
In office
2 February 1993 2 February 2003
Political offices
Preceded by
President of Czechoslovakia
1989–1992
Office abolished
New office President of the Czech Republic
1993–2003
Succeeded by