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We speak, therefore, about transformation (or perhaps transition). A systemic change is something other than the change inside of a system. In this meaning of the terms we can say that transformation is over. From the structural, systemic point of view, the Czech Republic is—in political, economic, and social dimensions—already a standard European country. Many reforms are, of course, necessary—in the pension system, in the health care system, in public finance—but such reforms are very similar to the changes you make (or do not make) in Canada today—without the Communist heritage.

I am for integration, not for unification, harmonization, standardization, homogenization of the European continent. I prefer freedom and liberty to obtrusive interventionism. I do not believe democracy can exist without the nation-state. ” What is your positive vision of the future Czech Republic? VK: It is a difficult question. It was easy to have a negative vision—to get rid of Communism was an easy message to formulate and to sell. Positive vision is always more complicated. I dare to say—immodestly—that I succeeded in formulating and selling the transformation vision—the move from Communism to a democratic and more efficient society based on political pluralism and free elections, on a market economy and private ownership, on openness, to the rest of the world.

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. For us, this term means a partial change inside of an existing system. We had to make, on the contrary, a fundamental change.

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