Iveta Radičová

Iveta Radičová Iveta Radičová (; born 7 December 1956) served as the first woman prime minister of Slovakia from 2010 to 2012. She led a coalition government, in which she also briefly held the post of Minister of Defence in the last five months of the coalition. Previously she had served as minister of Labour from 2005 to 2006 in the second Dzurinda government.

In the 2009 presidential election Radičová unsuccessfully ran for the office of president of Slovakia. she stated that she has retired from politics. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Radičová, Iveta, 1956-
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by Radičová, Iveta, 1956-
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by Radičová, Iveta, 1956-
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by Sekerák, Marián, 1989-
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by Beblavý, Miroslav, 1977-
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Published 1998
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by Maťko, Martin, Homoľa, Kamil
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