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Evaluation of the Government of the Slovak Republic

Supported by: SME daily, Institute for Public Affairs (IVO)


Project span:
June 2002 – September 2002


Project team:
Miroslav Kollár – coordinator of the project and editor; Grigorij Mesežnikov – coordinator; Jana Rybová – assistant; IVO internal analysts and external experts


Co-organizing Institutions:
SME daily

 

Objective: To offer to the general public an expert evaluation of the individual members of the government of the Slovak Republic during the office period of 1998- 2002. Further, to evaluate the extent to which the 1998 governmental program was fulfilled.


Outputs:
The project has two outputs.


A series of twenty articles in SME daily published in June and July of 2002, later released in their edited versions in the following publication:

Resolutions and Reality. Evaluation of the Fulfilling of the Program Manifesto by the Dzurinda Government. The publication is a compilation of studies from different authors published in 20 chapters. It is available in the Slovak language only. 



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