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Pavla Topolánková

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Pavla Topolánková is a Czech politician. She was born in Bohumín, Czech Republic on 7 May 1955. She was the wife of Mirek Topolánek, former Czech Prime Minister. Pavla Topolánková is the mother of Petra (born 1979), Jana (born 1983) and Tomáš (born 1992), and the grandmother of Karolína (born 2006) and Štěpán (born 2008). She graduated from Brno University of Technology as a mechanical engineer with a specialization in thermal treatment. She was a high school teacher and later served as the personal assistant of her husband while he was a senator in the Czech Senate. She strongly supported her husband in his 2003 bid for chairmanship of Civic Democratic Party and in Czech legislative election, 2006. She is also a co-founder of an NGO named Becario, which was aimed at promoting education. In Fall of 2006, she ran for Senate for Jana Bobošíková's party "Politika 21" in the Ostrava district, against the incumbent candidate of the Civic Democratic Party (and to a dismay of senior party
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