30 January 1995 DURING HIS BRIEF TENURE AS PRIME minister, Jozef Moravcik helped improve Slovakia’s image abroad and spur the country’s economy into an unexpected upturn. While his weak public speaking stood in the way of attracting the kind of public support some had hoped he would, he remains one of the most respected politicians […]

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