Finance Minister criticises government

Pisarova, Martina
October 2001
Slovak Spectator;10/29/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 41, p9
Interviews Slovak Finance Minister Brigita Schmögnerová. Reason for the doubt shown by Slovak society on women's leadership skills; Her political plans; Reason that some colleagues do not support her actions as a finance minister.


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