Vladimír Mečiar

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Vladimír Mečiar
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1st and 3rd Prime Minister of Slovakia
In office
13 December 1994 – 30 October 1998
PresidentMichal Kováč
Preceded byJozef Moravčík
Succeeded byMikuláš Dzurinda
In office
24 June 1992 – 16 March 1994
PresidentMichal Kováč
Preceded byJán Čarnogurský
Succeeded byJozef Moravčík
In office
27 June 1990 – 6 May 1991
Preceded byMilan Čič
Succeeded byJán Čarnogurský
President of Slovakia
Acting
In office
2 March 1998 – 30 October 1998
Serving with Ivan Gašparovič (Acting)
Preceded byMichal Kováč
Succeeded byMikuláš Dzurinda (Acting)
Jozef Migaš (Acting)
In office
1 January 1993 – 2 March 1993
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byMichal Kováč
Minister of the Interior of Slovakia
In office
11 January 1990 – 27 June 1990
Prime MinisterMilan Čič
Preceded byMilan Čič
Succeeded byAnton Andráš
Member of the National Council
In office
15 October 2002 – 12 June 2010
In office
16 March 1994 – 13 December 1994
Personal details
Born (1942-07-26) 26 July 1942 (age 76)
Zvolen, Slovakia
Political partyPeople's Party-Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (1991–2014)
Other political
affiliations
Communist Party (Before 1970)
Independent (1970–1989)
Public Against Violence (1989–1991)
Spouse(s)Margita Mečiarová
Alma materComenius University in Bratislava

Vladimír Mečiar (Slovak pronunciation: [ˈʋlaɟimiːr ˈmɛtʃɪ̯ar]; born 26 July 1942) is a Slovak politician. He was the 1st and 3rd Prime Minister of Slovakia from 1990 to 1991, from 1992 to 1994 and from 1994 to 1998. He was the leader of the People's Party - Movement for a Democratic Slovakia (ĽS-HZDS).

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