President of Slovakia


President Ivan Gasparovic of SlovakiaIvan Gasparovic

Date of Birth: 27 March 1941
Birth Place: Poltar, Slovakia
Political Party: Movement for Democracy
Arrival in Power: 15 June 2004
Religion: NA
Profession: Professor

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Ivan Gasparovic was born in Poltat, Slovakia, in 1941. Ivan Gasparovic is the current President of Slovakia. Ivan Gasparovic studied law at the Comenius University. Before becoming president he was a law professor. Ivan Gasparovic became president following the 2004 presidential elections.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Ga%C5%A1parovi%C4%8D

Updated on: January 13th, 2014

Prime Minister of Slovakia


Prime Minister Robert Fico of SlovakiaRobert Fico

Date of Birth: 15 September 1964
Birth Place: Topolcany, Slovakia
Political Party: Direction-Social Democracy
Arrival in Power: 4 April 2012
Religion: NA
Profession: NA

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Robert Fico was born in Topolcany, Slovakia, in 1964. Robert Fico is the current Prime Minister of Slovakia. Robert Fico studied law at Comenius University. Robert Fico was first elected to Parliament in 1992. Robert Fico became the Prime Minister of Slovakia in 2006 and served until 2010 when his party lost the 2010 Parliamentary Elections. Robert Fico's political party the Direction-Social Democracy won the 2012 Parliamentary Elections and he was able to return as the Prime Minister of Slovakia.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Fico

Updated on: January 13th, 2014

Former Prime Minister of Slovakia


Prime Minister Iveta Radicova of SlovakiaIveta Radicova

Date of Birth: 7 December 1956
Birth Place: Bratislava, Slovakia
Political Party: Slovak Democratic and Christian Union-Democratic Party
Arrival in Power: 8 July 2010
Religion: NA
Profession: NA

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Iveta Radicova was born in Bratislava, Slovakia, in 1956. Iveta Radicova was the first female Prime Minister of Slovakia. Iveta Radicova studied sociology at the Comenius University and eventually earned a PhD, she also studied at the University of Oxford. Before becoming prime minister and beginning her political career she was a professor of sociology. Iveta Radicova became prime minister following the 2010 parliamentary elections, when her coalition won the majority of seats.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iveta_Radi%C4%8Dov%C3%A1

Updated on: January 13th, 2014