|Intro||Czech member of Czech Parliament , member of Czech National Council and biochemist|
|Was||Educator Politician Researcher Chemist Scientist Biochemist|
|Type||Academia Science Politics|
|Birth||2 February 1950, Prague, Czech Republic|
|Death||13 February 2020 (aged 70 years)|
|Politics||Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia|
Marie Stiborová (2 February 1950 – 13 February 2020) was a Czech university lecturer, politician, former member of Czech National Council and Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic. She was also Communist presidential candidate in 1993 Czech presidential election. She later became the leader of reformist wing within KSČM and established Left Bloc party,
Stiborová was born in 1950. She studied Chemistry at Charles University and became a lecturer at the university. She joined the Communist Party in 1976 and became a member of Parliament in 1986. The Communist Party nominated her for the president of the Czech Republic in 1993. She lost to Václav Havel.
Stiborová left the Communist Party in 1993 and established Left Bloc. She left politics in 1997.