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  1. 8 de outubro de 2023 (81 anos) László Sólyom (3 de janeiro de 1942 – 8 de outubro de 2023) foi um político e jurista húngaro, que serviu como Presidente da República da Hungria, de 5 de fevereiro de 2005 até 5 de agosto de 2010. Foi sucedido por Pál Schmitt, eleito em votação no parlamento húngaro.

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  2. László Sólyom (Hungarian: Sólyom László, pronounced [ˈʃoːjom ˈlaːsloː]; 3 January 1942 – 8 October 2023) was a Hungarian politician, lawyer, and librarian who was President of Hungary from 2005 until 2010. Previously he was the first president of the Constitutional Court of Hungary from 1990 to 1998.

  3. 12 de out. de 2023 · By Clay Risen. Oct. 12, 2023. Laszlo Solyom, a legal scholar who helped guide Hungary in its transition to a free-market democracy after the fall of Communism in 1989, presiding over his...

  4. Laszlo Solyom (born January 3, 1942, Pécs, Hungary—died October 8, 2023, Budapest, Hungary) Hungarian academic, lawyer, and politician who was president of Hungary (2005–10). Solyom studied at the University of Pécs, graduating in 1965 with a degree in law and political science.

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  5. Sólyom László (Pécs, 1942. január 3. – Budapest, 2023. október 8.) magyar jogtudós, egyetemi tanár, a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia rendes tagja. 1989 és 1998 között az Alkotmánybíróság tagja, 1990 és 1998 között a testület első elnöke, 2005. augusztus 5. és 2010. augusztus 5. között a Magyar Köztársaság elnöke.

  6. 10 de out. de 2023 · By Devin Watkins. Mr. László Sólyom, the former President of Hungary from 2005 to 2010, died on Sunday at the age of 81 after a lengthy illness. Pope Francis sent his condolences to the President Katalin Novák, the current Hungarian president, in a telegram sent on Tuesday.

  7. 8 de out. de 2023 · Laszlo Solyom, a former president of Hungary, has died at age 81 following a long illness, his office said on October 8. Solyom, the first chief justice of the country’s Constitutional Court from...