24.09.2021 7:41 | On-line
Marta Semelová joined the communist parties at the age of 18, in 1978. In 1990 she moved from the Communist Party to the Communist Party and they remain a member of this party to this day. We will now try to return to the House and become a Member of Parliament again. As the leader of the Communist Party candidate in Prague, she engages in conversations with voters. But for some it hits hard. “The party was killing people here,” one of the citizens said.
In the 1990s, Prague used to be the ODS electoral stronghold. But even communists have always had a chance to succeed. In 1998, the ODS won 42 percent of all votes and the Communists 7 percent.
Undoubtedly, he is still winning several votes from the communists in the capital this year. This is shown by the Message List server poll.
“I always vote for the KSČM,” said one of the gentlemen, who answers the question of who he will vote for. He is said to like everything about the communists.
In the hundred-towered city, Marta Semelová also came across voters who set out to remind the Communists of their past. One of the voters refused to take the pre-election leaflet from Semel. Reason? “Thanks to that party killing people here,” he looked back at history.
The communists did not have it easy in Prague before
However, the candidate for MP Semelová believes that citizens do not bother the past as much as rather inaccessible housing. The communists therefore need to initiate the creation of a fund of state, municipal and cooperative housing in the validity of the election period.
But they don’t want to just stay there.
“We expect to start negotiations on the expropriation of empty buildings, because there are thousands of them in Prague. People are supposed to live there. In addition, we count on the taxation of flat speculators, “but Semelová.
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