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|Prime Minister of the Slovak Socialist Republic|
10 December 1989 – 27 June 1990
|Preceded by||Pavel Hrivnák|
|Succeeded by||Vladimír Mečiar|
2 January 1932|
|Died||9 November 2012
|Political party||KSČ (1961–1990)
In 1993, he was appointed a judge of the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic, and shortly thereafter was appointed President of the Court. Čič had formally been a professor of law at Comenius University in Bratislava.
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|Prime Minister of the Slovak Socialist Republic
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