Chapter II: Political Overview

July 2000
Czech Republic Country Review;2000, p9
Country Report
Country Report
Presents an overview of the political and social sectors in the Czech Republic as of July 2000. Population; Principal government officials; Education; Social infrastructure; History; Government; Armed forces; Foreign relations.


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