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Jože Pučnik (9 March 1932 – 11 January 2003) was a Slovenian public intellectual, sociologist and politician. During the communist regime of Josip Broz Tito, Pučnik was one of the most outspoken Slovenian critics of dictatorship and lack of civil liberties in Yugoslavia. He was imprisoned for a total of seven years, and later forced into exile. After returning to Slovenia in the late 1980s, he became the leader of the Democratic Opposition of Slovenia, a platform of democratic parties that defeated the communists in the first free elections in 1990 and introduced a democratic system and market economy to Slovenia. He is also considered one of the fathers of Slovenian independence from Yugoslavia.

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  • Jože Pučnik (* 9. März 1932 in Črešnjevec, Slovenska Bistrica; † 12. Januar 2003 in Deutschland) war ein slowenischer Politiker. Er war von 1989 bis 1993 Vorsitzender der Slowenischen Demokratischen Partei (SDS) und gehörte zu jenen, die Slowenien zur Unabhängigkeit von Jugoslawien führten.
  • Jože Pučnik (9 March 1932 – 11 January 2003) was a Slovenian public intellectual, sociologist and politician. During the communist regime of Josip Broz Tito, Pučnik was one of the most outspoken Slovenian critics of dictatorship and lack of civil liberties in Yugoslavia. He was imprisoned for a total of seven years, and later forced into exile. After returning to Slovenia in the late 1980s, he became the leader of the Democratic Opposition of Slovenia, a platform of democratic parties that defeated the communists in the first free elections in 1990 and introduced a democratic system and market economy to Slovenia. He is also considered one of the fathers of Slovenian independence from Yugoslavia.
  • Jože Pučnik, né le 9 mars 1932 et mort le 11 janvier 2003, est un patriote, intellectuel public, sociologue et homme politique slovène. Pendant le régime communiste de Josip Broz Tito, Pučnik était l'un des critiques slovènes les plus virulents de la dictature et du manque de libertés civiles en Yougoslavie. Il a été emprisonné pendant sept ans au total, puis contraint à l'exil. De retour en Slovénie à la fin des années 1980, il est devenu le chef de l’, une plate-forme de partis démocratiques qui ont défait les communistes lors des premières élections libres en 1990 et introduit un système démocratique et une économie de marché en Slovénie. Il est également considéré comme l'un des pères de l'indépendance slovène vis-à-vis de la Yougoslavie.
  • Jože Pučnik (ur. 9 marca 1932 w Črešnjevcu, zm. 12 stycznia 2003) – słoweński polityk, socjolog, nauczyciel akademicki i publicysta, więzień polityczny w czasach komunistycznych, lider , parlamentarzysta. Jeden ze współtwórców niepodległej Słowenii.
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