30 January 1995 IN THE WEST, IT IS OFTEN assumed that either Czech President Vaclav Havel or Prime Minister Vaclav Klaus is the most popular politician in the Czech Republic. In fact, that person is Vladimir Dlouhy, the 41-year old Minister of Industry and Trade. In various opinion polls surveying the trustworthiness and/or popularity of […]

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