Irena Kočí

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Irena Kočí
Irena Kočí during Czech Social Democratic Party campaign in Moravský Krumlov
Member of the Chamber of Deputies for South Moravia
Assumed office
December 2008
Preceded by Michal Pohanka
Constituency South Moravian Region
Personal details
Born 17 September 1955
Political party ČSSD
Children 2
Residence Moravský Krumlov

Irena Kočí (born 17 September 1955) is a Czech politician and the current member of the Chamber of Deputies for Czech Social Democratic Party. She replaced Michal Pohanka, former member of the Chamber for ČSSD, who left the Social Democratic caucus and used to vote with the government parties.

She took her matura exam at the secondary in Moravský Krumlov and continued at an economic secondary school in Brno.

Kočí joined Czech Social Democratic Party in 1998. In 2008, she was elected to the Council of the South Moravian Region.

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