Czech National Council

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The Czech National Council (Czech: Česká národní rada, ČNR) was the legislative body of the Czech Republic since 1968 when the Czech Republic was created as a member state of Czech-Slovak federation. It was legally transformed into the Chamber of Deputies according to the Constitution (Act. No. 1/1993 Coll.) because of the dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1992.

Chairmen of the Czech National Council[edit]

  1. Čestmír Císař 1968-1969
  2. Evžen Erban 1969-1981
  3. Josef Kempný 1981-1989
  4. Jaroslav Šafařík 1989-1990
  5. Dagmar Burešová 1990-1992
  6. Milan Uhde 1992-1992