Prague Declaration on European Conscience and Communism

June 3rd, 2008, Prague, Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic


List of Signatories

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Rejecting communism Prague has seen a lot of changes, economic, political, and infrastructural. Youngsters live a totally different life, filled with hope and freedom. Many industries have thrived since then, not to mention that the government legislated online gambling in 2017. If you are interested in finding out more about online casino sites, read this guide, and discover the most popular casino games, such as bingo. Without a doubt, this was the most beneficial change that the Czech government did, but let's appreciate the responsible names for parting with communism.

Václav Havel, former dissident and President of Czechoslovakia / the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Joachim Gauck, former Federal Commissioner for the Stasi archives, Germany
Göran Lindblad, Vice-president of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Member of Parliament, Sweden
Vytautas Landsbergis, Member of the European Parliament, former dissident and President of Lithuania, Lithuania
Jana Hybášková, Member of the European Parliament, Czech Republic
Christopher Beazley, Member of the European Parliament, United Kingdom
Tunne Kelam, Member of the European Parliament, former dissident, Estonia
Jiří Liška, Senator, Vice-chairman of the Senate, Parliament of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Martin Mejstřík, Senator, Parliament of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Jaromír Štětina, Senator, Parliament of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Emanuelis Zingeris, Member of Parliament, Lithuania, Chairman, International commission for the assessment of crimes of the Nazi and Soviet occupation regimes in Lithuania, Lithuania
Tseten Samdup Chhoekyapa, Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Geneva, Tibet, Switzerland
Ivonka Survilla, Exile President of Belorussia, Canada
Zianon Pazniak, Chairman of the People’s National Front of Belorussia, Chairman of the Belorussian Conservative Christian Party, United States
Růžena Krásná, former political prisoner, politician, Czech Republic
Jiří Stránský, former political prisoner, writer, former PEN club chairman, Czech Republic
Václav Vaško, former political prisoner, diplomat, catholic activist, Czech Republic
Alexandr Podrabinek, former dissident and political prisoner, journalist, Russian Federation
Pavel Žáček, Director, Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Czech Republic
Miroslav Lehký, Vice-director, Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Czech Republic
Łukasz Kamiński, Vice-director, Institue of National Remembrance, Poland
Michael Kißener, professor of history, Johann Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany
Eduard Stehlík, historian, Vice-director, Institute for Military History, Czech Republic
Karel Straka, historian, Institute for Military History, Czech Republic
Jan Urban, journalist, Czech Republic
Jaroslav Hutka, former dissident, songwriter, Czech Republic
Lukáš Pachta, political scientist and writer, Czech Republic
Neela Winkelmann-Heyrovská, Environmentalist, Czech Republic
Ing. Vladimír Klaban, Research Worker, Czech Republic
Rut Kolínská, Woman of Europe 2003 and Socially Beneficial Entrepreneur 2006, Czech Republic
Vladimír Bystrov, Publicist and Former Chairman-founder of the Committee "They were the first", Czech Republic
Marian Páleník, Director of a Generally Beneficial Company, Czech Republic
Jan Zeno Dus, Pensioner, Czech Republic
Jan Šinágl, Engaged Citizen, Independent Publicist, Czech Republic
Zuzana Hahn, Designer of the Monument and Organizer of the Project Living Tribute to the Victims of Communism, Canada
Vlastimil Obereigner, Czech Society of Oregon, United States
Karel Mrzílek, Teacher, Czech Republic
Mojmír Kovář, Forum of Engaged Christians of the Czech and Slovak Republic, Slovakia
PhDr. Jiří Fiala, Historian, Czech Republic
Petr Hejl, Mayor of City District Praha-Suchdol, Czech Republic
Jiří Vaněk, Society of Well-mannered Compatriots in Sydney, Australia
Jiří Wolf, Writer, Former Political Prisoner, Czech Republic
Bohumil Vorlíček, Editor of the Ústecký deník, Czech Republic
Marie Vorlíčková, Municipal Police Officer, Czech Republic
Eva Vláhová, Pensioner, Chairperson of Civil Movement "Daughters of the 1950s", Czech Republic
Bedřich Hányš, Author, Film Director, Actor and Theatre Entrepreneur, Exile of the First Wave in 1968, Germany
Zdeněk Slabý, Lawyer, Czech Republic
Jan Sammer, Secretary of the Czech Coordination Office, Canada
Czech Coordination Office, 450 members and 34 Czech Societies in the world, Canada
Ing. Ferdinand Němec, Czech Republic
Ing. Edvard Outrata, Chairperson of European Movement in the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
František Adamík, Czech Republic
Pavel Paleček, Historian, Producer, Czech Republic
Michal Mlej, Sole Trader, Town Councilor, Czech Republic
Hana Gáborová, Regional Chairperson Union of Civil Self-defense in Liberec, Czech Republic
Jana Ryšlinková, Dean, US Business School Prague, Czech Republic
Ing. Zuzana Vittvarová, Editor of, Member of Council of the Association "Daughters of the 1950s", Czech Republic
Josef Pepa Nos, Artist, Czech Republic
Ing. Jiří Štefek, Spokesperson of K213, Czech Republic
Vladimír Brok, Entrepreneur, Czech Republic

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