“I would like to thank President Havel and the Czech Republic for inviting me and for giving us in Zimbabwe and other countries, the courage to keep going.”
Trudy Stevenson, Opposition Leader, Zimbabwe, 2007
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Don McKinnon

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Former Secretary General of Commonwealth

New Zealand

Politician and diplomat. He launched his political career in 1978 by entering the New Zealand Parliament. He became New Zealand’s longest serving Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He also served as Deputy Prime Minister (1990-1996) and Leader of the House of Representatives (1992-1996). He became a member of the Privy Council in 1992. Mr. McKinnon served as Commonwealth Secretary-General (2000-2008).

2008

Supported by

International Visegrad Fund

 

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