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But theory gives you a consistency in your views and stances and it is a tremendous help. KM: Do you feel the reform from former Communist state to free market economy is now complete? What other reforms would you like to see take place? ” This term was so often misused in the Communist era that we don’t like it. For us, this term means a partial change inside of an existing system. We had to make, on the contrary, a fundamental change. We speak, therefore, about transformation (or perhaps transition).

A rich and powerful Swiss businessman told me at that time: “I am an old-fashioned Social Democrat, but I would vote for you. ” The feeling of many Czechs was similar. We more or less succeeded in the transition and the current conflict of visions is now very dramatic, as elsewhere. As president I try to unify the country but on the basis of broader, less ideological issues. Personally, I want my country to overcome social-democratism and return to classical liberalism. It is not a modest ambition.

Reality is different from theory, but I insist that there is nothing more practical than good theory. It is the maxim I always follow. It says, of course, nothing about my everyday frustrations about what is happening around me in the real world. But theory gives you a consistency in your views and stances and it is a tremendous help. KM: Do you feel the reform from former Communist state to free market economy is now complete? What other reforms would you like to see take place? ” This term was so often misused in the Communist era that we don’t like it.

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