“I am definitely not a fan of the KSČM in this year’s elections. The party was closing in here and killing people, “an angry man told the News, to whom Semel offered pre-election news.
Lucie’s mother announced that she had not yet decided who would like her vote at the beginning of October. “I know who I will not vote for. This is the KSČM, ANO and SPD. I am bothered by their attitudes and presentations, “she said at the Communist polling station.
But KSČM fans also appeared on Chaplin Square in Prague’s Barrandov. “I always vote for the KSČM. What do I like best about them? Everything, “said the man present at the booth.
Marta Semelová (KSČM)
Photo: Petr Hloušek, Právo
Coalition? It’s weird
Two passing women are also considering the choice of the KSČM. “I am so half-determined who I will vote for. I decide between YES and the KSČM, “they both told Novinky.
“I am not determined, I do not have a favor yet. It’s hard for me to look. But I will definitely not vote for a coalition. That’s so weird, “said Mr. Havelka.
“I do not vote, but my husband does. I have already chosen, I have chosen God. He helps me, these elections will not help me, “said a woman passing by. But she didn’t want to talk to Novinek on camera.
Semelová: Praguers are bothered by flats
On Wednesday, Semelová told Novinky that Prague residents are most concerned about overpriced housing. “Both apartment prices and rents are expensive. A young person who wants to start a family and live is almost without a chance, “she explained.
The communists must solve this, among other things, by building state, municipal and cooperative flats. “We would like to provoke negotiations on the expropriation of empty buildings, there are thousands of them in Prague. We are also counting on the taxation of speculators with flats, “she specified.
Semelová is running as the number one candidate for the Communists in Prague. But she was also the leader four years ago, when she did not get into the lower house.
Citizens circled her colleague Jiří Dolejš, who ran from second place. He now has a nine on the candidate list.
Semelová must join the Stalinist wing of the party, while Dolejš has more liberal views.