Robert Fico

Robert Fico

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Robert Fico (born September 15, 1964) served as the Prime Minister of Slovakia from July 4, 2006 to July 8, 2010.

He is the leader of the left-wing party Direction – Social Democracy (Slovak: SMER – Sociálna demokracia). The party won the parliamentary elections in 2006, receiving approximately 30 percent of the cast votes. After the victory he created a coalition with the Slovak National Party an extremist led by Ján Slota and with the People's Party - Movement for a Democratic Slovakia led by Vladimír Mečiar.

Life and career

Fico was born in a working class family on September 15, 1964, in the town of Topoľčany. His father was a forklift operator and his mother worked in a shoe store. Fico has two siblings, brother Ladislav and a sister Lucia. He is married to his wife, Svetlana they have a son together.

Fico acquired his legal education during the communist rule in then-Czechoslovakia. He graduated from the Law Faculty of the Comenius University at Bratislava and later worked for the Institute of State and Law of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, a communist take on a think-tank body. Fico joined the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in 1987.

After the Velvet Revolution of 1989, following the collapse of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia, Fico joined the Party of......
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