inWorldwide Guide to Women in Leadership
Female Heads of the Parliament of the Czech Republic
(Independent 1.1.93) (female suffrage 1918)

See also Czech Republic Ministers

1969-1992  unicameral Czech National Council

From 1993  bicameral Parliament of the Czech Republic = the Chamber of Deputies + Senate


1969-1976 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Heda Kolariková
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1969-1970 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Bozena Patková
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1969-1971 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Eliska Kaplanová
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1971-1976 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Marie Jarosová
1976-1989 Deputy Speaker of Czech National Council
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC). (b. 1920-)

1971-1986 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Nadezda Krenová
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC). (b. 1943-)

1971-1981 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Zdenka Skrivanková
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1971-1986 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Marie Smolíková
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC). (b. 1929-)

1976-1986 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Jana Klasová
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC). (b. 1946-)

1981-1989 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Marie Cerna
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC). (b. 1949-)

1986-1989 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Eva Halková
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1986-1989 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Gertruda Hambalciková
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1986-1989 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Miroslava Nemcová
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1989-1990 (June) Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Karla Pochová
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1989-1990 (June) Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Marie Stiborová
Professor at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Charles University in Prague, member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1989-1990 (February) Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Miroslava Voleska
non-partisan

1989-1990 (February) Member of Presidium of Czech National Council Miroslava Voleska
non-partisan

1989-1990 (June) Member of Presidium of Czech National Council Karla Pochová
Member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)

1989-1990 (June) Member of Presidium of Czech National Council Marie Stiborová
Professor at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Charles University in Prague, member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC)


1990 (February to June) Deputy Speaker of the Czech National Council Jaroslava Moserová
1990-1991 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council
1996-1998 Vice-President of the Senate
2002 (March to December) Member of the Presidium of the Senate
Writer, translator, painter, doctor, professor at the Medical Faculty of the Charles University in Prague, in 1989 member of Civic Forum (OF), in 1991 entered the Civic Democratic Alliance (ODA), 1991-1993 Ambassador of Czechoslovakia, respectively Czech Republic to Australia and New Zealand, 1999-2001 President of UNESCO General Conference, 2003 Presidential Candidate. She lived (1930-2006)
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1990 (February)-1992 (December) Member of the Presidium of Czech National Council Anna Roschová
1993 (January)-1996 Member of the Presidium of the Chamber of Deputies
Member of Civic forum (OF), from 1991 Civic Democratic Party (ODS) and from 1998 Union of Freedom – Democratic Union (US-DEU) (b. 1951-)

1990 (June)-1992 Speaker of the Czech National Council Dagmar Buresová
Lawyer (defeated political prisoners during Communist regime), 1989-1990 Minister of Justice, member of Civic Forum (OF), later Civic Movement (OH) (b. 1929-).

1990 (June)-1991 Member of the Presidium of the Czech National Council Eva Kanturková
Writer, journalist, member of Civic Forum (OF) (b. 1930-).

1996-1998 Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Petra Buzková
1998-2002 1st Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies
Lawyer, 1990-2000 Vice-ChairpersonCzech Social Democratic Party (CSSD), Since 2002 Minister of Education, Youth and Sport (b. 1965-)

1996- Member of the Presidium of the Chamber of Deputies Hana Orgoniková
Member of Czech Social Democratic Party (CSSD)  (b. 1946-).

1996-2000 Member of the Presidium of the Senate Jitka Seitlová (b. 1954-)
In 1995-2002 Member of Civic Democratic Alliance (ODA), now independent, from 1996 Senator, 1997-1998 and 2001-2002 Vice-Chairperson of ODA. (b. 1954-)

1998-2002 Member of te Presidium of the Chamber of Deputies Eva Fischerová
Member of Czech Social Democratic Party (CSSD) (b. 1935-)

1998-2000 President of the Senate Libuse Benesová
Member of Civic Democratic Party (ODS), 1995-1996 Deputy Minister of Finance, 1996-2000 Senator, 1996-1998 Chairperson of the Senate Committee for Regional Development, Public Administration and Environment, 1997-2001 Vice-Chairperson of ODS (b. 1948-)

2000-2002 Member of the Presidium of the Chamber of Deputies Jitka Kupcová
2002-06 Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies
Lawyer, 2000-2001 Vice-Chairperson of the Czech Social Democratic Party (CSSD). (b. 1952-)

2002 (July to September) Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Hana Marvanová
Lawyer, political prisoner during Communist regime, in 1989 member of Civic forum (OF), from 1991 Civic Democratic Party (ODS) and from 1998 Union of Freedom – Democratic Union (US-DEU), 2001-2002 ChairpersonUS-DEU, in 2003 she left Chamber of Deputies because of the birth of her third child, candidate in the Senate election in 2004. (b. 1962-).

2002-10 Deputy Speaker of Chamber of Deputies Miroslava Nemcová
2010 Acting Speaker (1. May-24. June)
2010-13 Speaker
Member of Civic Democratic Party (ODS), from 2002 Vice-Chairperson of ODS and Shadow Minister of Culture of the ODS. Became Acting Speaker when her predecessor resigned a month before the elections. Nominated as Prime Minister by her party on 19. Junie 2013. (b. 1952-).

2002-2004 Member of the Presidium of the Senate Alena Palecková
2010- Vice-President (to take office at the End of November)
Member of Civic Democratic Party (ODS), from 2004 Chairperson of the Senate Committee for Health and Social Affairs.  (b. 1947-).

2002-2004 Member of the Presidium of the Senate Helena Rognerová
Independent Senator elected on the ballot of Four-Coalition, former director of Motol University Hospital, in 2000 she defeated the President of Senate Libuse Benesová, 2002-2004 Chairperson of the  Club of Independents of the Senate, since 2004 Chairperson of the Senate Committee for Mandate and Priviledges. (b. 1955-)

2004- Member of the Presidium of the Senate Sona Paukrtová
Deputy Mayor of Jablonec nad Nisou 1994-2000 and Senator since 2000,  (b. 1950-)

2006-10 Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Lucie Talmanova
MP for the Civic Democratic Forum since 1998. From 2006 there are 5 Deputy Speakers. (b. 1967-).

2008-10 1. Vice-President of the Senate Alena Gajdůšková
2010 Acting President (14.11-24.11)
2010- Vice-President
Designate Vice-President (to take office at the End of November)

2010-13 Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Katerina Klasnová
MP for the Party of Public Affairs (VV) (b. 1977)

2010-13 Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Vlasta Parkanová
Minister of Justice 1997-98, Minister of Defence 2007-09 and Deputy Prime Minister 2009, MP representing
newly created party Tradition, Responsibility, Prosperity (TOP09) (b. 1951)

2013-16 Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Jaroslava Jermanova
Member of party ANO 2011 (YES 2011) and elected governor of Stredoceský Region in 2016. (b. 1970-).

 

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