For example, the ODS recalls that drivers often stand in convoys due to dug roads and uncoordinated closures, but important parts of the transport infrastructure, such as the Prague and City Circuits, are in sight.
Adam Scheinherr, a Prague councilor for transport, has already responded to this part of the campaign.
“Everyone needs to drive sometimes, but of course not always. It is therefore good that the Prague ODS reminds us in the metro that capacity rail transport is one of the fastest modes of transport in Prague. I wonder if my colleagues from the transport company should not pay them for it, “he said.
At other times, the ODS criticizes that Prague is experiencing a hell of waste, bins and bins are overcrowded and there is a mess around them. The city wants to collect twice as much money from the garbage can this year from people living in households, especially in Prague housing estates.
“The steps of this coalition have not made sense in a long time. Life in Prague is therefore often literally upside down. It turns out that the difference between what bothers ordinary Praguers and what really pushes the municipal coalition is abysmal. The result of chaotic and irresponsible governance, neglect of important investments and unconceptual spending of public money is a complete halt to the development of the capital. “, Marek Benda, Chairman of the Prague ODS.
In the new campaign, the Prague ODS also shows that Praguers are paying more and more money for the services provided by the capital, but their quality is not visibly improving. “In other words: more money for the same music. And all this at a time when the lives of the vast majority of households become more expensive literally every day, “adds Marek Benda.
The Civic Democrats therefore exaggerate call on the people of Prague not to “lose their heads” from the meaningless political proclamations and unfulfilled promises of the current coalition. Final call “Together we can change it”, which accompanies all visual campaigns, clearly refers to the elections to the municipal councils, which they conduct in the autumn of this year. Thus, Praguers will be able to decide again on the direction of the capital in the coming years.
In its current campaign, the ODS is working with Czech idioms “on its head”. It reminds people of situations that probably no one takes. From the situation regarding parking, inability to coordinate traffic closures, rising waste fees or resignation to building key transport infrastructure.