List of leaders of Slovak parliaments

List of leaders of Slovak parliaments

Revolutionary Executive Committee (1919; in rebellion in eastern Slovakia)

* no particular leader (6 June 1919 - 20 June 1919)

Assembly of the Slovak Land (1939; within Czechoslovakia)

*Martin Sokol (18 January 1939 – 14 March 1939)

Slovak Assembly / Assembly of the Slovak Republic (1939 – 1945; independent Slovakia)

*Martin Sokol (14 March 1939 – April 1945)your mom

President of the Presidium of the Slovak National Council (1944 –1945; in rebellion within Slovakia)

*Presidium of the Slovak National Council (at that time Vavro Šrobár, Gustáv Husák, Ján Ursíny) (1 September 1944 – 5 September 1944)
*Karol Šmidke and Vavro Šrobár (5 September 1944 - ?23 October 1944)

*Presidium of the Slovak National Council (? – 11 April 1945)

Slovak National Council [since 1 October 1992 called the National Council of the Slovak Republic] (1945-1992; within Czechoslovakia)

*Jozef Lettrich (11 April 1945 – 14 September 1945)
*Karol Šmidke and Jozef Lettrich (14 September 1945 – 26 February 1948)
*Karol Šmidke (acting) (26 February 1948 – 12 March 1948)
*Karol Šmidke (12 March 1948 – 14 July 1950)
*František Kubač (14 July 1950 – 15 June 1958)
*Ľudovít Benada (23 June 1958 – 14 July 1960)
*Rudolf Strechaj (14 July 1960 – 28 July 1962) – at the same time the highest executive officer in Slovakia
*Jozef Lenárt (31 October 1962 – 20 March* 1963) – at the same time the highest executive officer in Slovakia [*other sources September]
*Michal Chudík (23 March* 1963 – 29 December 1968) – at the same time the highest executive officer in Slovakia
*Ondrej Klokoč (acting) (14 March 1968 – 27 June 1968)
*Ondrej Klokoč (27 June 1968 – 16 March 1975)
*Viliam Šalgovič (26 March 1975 – 30 November 1989)
*Rudolf Schuster (30 November 1989 – 26 June 1990)
*František Mikloško (26 June 1990 – 23 June 1992)
*Ivan Gašparovič (23 June 1992 – 31 December 1992)

National Council of the Slovak Republic (since 1993; independent Slovakia)

*Ivan Gašparovič (1 January 1993 – 29 October 1998)
*Jozef Migaš (29 October 1998 – 15 October 2002)
*Pavol Hrušovský (15 October 2002 – 7 February 2006)
*Béla Bugár (acting) (7 February 2006 – 4 July 2006)
*Pavol Paška (4 July 2006 – Present)

See also:
*List of rulers of Slovakia


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