|Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia|
2 July 1992 – 31 December 1992
|Preceded by||Marián Čalfa|
|Succeeded by||Office abolished|
|Born||24 December 1940|
Pilsen, Bohemia and Moravia
|Died||6 November 2019 (aged 78)|
Štěrboholy, Prague, Czech Republic
|Political party||KSČ (1964–1969)|
Stráský studied philosophy and political economy at the Charles University in Prague. From 1958 to 1990 he worked at the Central bank of Czechoslovakia. From 1964 to 1969 he was a member of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia.
In 1991 Stráský became a member of the Civic Democratic Party. From 1992 he was a member of parliament, minister of transportation (1993–95), and minister of health (1995–96). From 2 July to 31 December 1992 he served as prime minister. When Czechoslovak President Václav Havel resigned on 20 July 1992 due to his disagreement with the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, Stráský also took on some presidential competencies until the country was formally dissolved at the end of 1992.
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