Features of the “Velvet Revolution” in Czechoslovakia

• On November 17, 1989, a massive student demonstration, brutally suppressed.
• On November 18, the creative intelligentsia joins students’ actions
• Massive popular demonstrations dispersed by troops followed by arrests and repression
• Support for the opposition by the Czech Cardinal
• On November 29, Parliament cancels the article on the leading role of the Communist Party
• December 10 Gustav Husak formed the first non-communist government
• Election of the President of Vaclav Ravel

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