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Kusin, "Czechs and Slovaks: The Road to the Current Debate,"·RFEIRL RES. , Oct. 5, 1990, p. 4, 9. H. , London, The Asymmetry of the Czech and Slovak State 27 compared with the Czech lands, which had existed as an independent state for some seven centuries before being absorbed in the Hapsburg monarchy. Following a Slovak uprising against the German occupation in 1944,16 the Slovak National Council affirmed a continuation of the Slovak state, albeit within the Czechoslovak framework, but the postwar constitution of 1948 17 again disappointed Slovak aspirations.
3 The precarious geographic I. Ustavni zakon e. -Ustava CSSR [Constitutional Law no. 10011960 Sb. The Constitution of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic], translated in 10 Constitutions of the Countries of the World, Czechoslovakia, Historic Constitutions, Albert P. Blaustein and Gisbert H. Flanz eds. , Dobbs Ferry, New York, 1974). 2. Ustavni zakon 0 eeskoslovenske federaci [Constitutional Law on the Czechoslovak Federation], no. , consolidated text in Ustavni zakon Federalniho shromazdeni c.
He was one of the original signatories of Charter 77 2 and published samizdat materials opposing the regime. He came forth as a major figure in the Civic Forum, which spearheaded the "velvet" revolution 3 of November 1989. With its Slovak counterpart, Public against Violence, that movement emerged from the first free elections of June 1990 as the strongest political force in the Federation. At that time Dr. Rychetsky became senior 1. The group was brought together by Lloyd Cutler, the quintessential Washington attorney and counsel to presidents, along with Professor Herman Schwartz of the American University College of Law, and it included judges, academics, and politicians from the United States, the Western federal states, France, and the United Kingdom.
Czecho/Slovakia: Ethnic Conflict, Constitutional Fissure, Negotiated Breakup by Eric Stein