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Czech Republic


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The period of democratic transition began in November 1989 and was mainly defined by the following events: the ending of the totalitarian rule of the Communist Party on 17 November 1989; the beginning of the reconstruction of state administration and the centralized economic system in January 1990; the first democratic parliamentary elections to the Federal Assembly, the Czech National Council and the Slovak National Council in June 1990; the dissolution of the Federation on 1 January 1993; and the subsequent establishment of a public management system for the newly independent Czech Republic.

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  • Oecd, 1999. "Czech Republic," Sigma Public Management Profiles 13, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:govaad:13-en
    DOI: 10.1787/5kmk1828j4q0-en

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