Updates: 29.05.2022 06:00
Released: 29.05.2022, 11:24
Prague – The pirates will send the current mayor Zdeněk Hřiba to the battle for the Prague City Hall in this autumn’s municipal elections. In Kladno, Roman Hájek will lead the joint candidate with the Mayors, and in České Budějovice, Zuzana Kudláčková will fight for the post of mayor. Pavel Bosák, a successful pirate candidate in Pilsen. These and other candidates for this year’s municipal elections were presented today by the Pirates to the public in Prague’s Riegrovy sady.
They go to the polls with the slogan “Courage to do what is right”. The party’s chairman and minister for regional development, Ivan Bartoš, described the housing program as a key item. For example, he wants to increase the position of municipalities vis-à-vis developers, he refused to sell municipal flats. The candidates emphasized that they would support the construction of affordable housing or, for example, transport infrastructure.
Bartoš described Hřiba as the mayor, who took Prague through two great crises and started its development. “For us, the city is developing in a record way,” said Hrib. Kladno number one Hájek stated that he wants to improve, among other things, the reputation of this city as a dormitory for Prague. “We want a city without gambling,” he said.
In Pilsen, he is a candidate for mayor of the local club of deputies Pavel Bosák. Eva Nováková will lead the Pirates and Jihlava Forum in JIhlava. Andrea Hoffmannová, Deputy Mayor for Education and Culture, is running for mayor of Ostrava. “You will not take one thing from us, the Pirates: You will never pay the Pirates,” she said. In Brno, he is running for mayor climatologist Marek Lahoda. For the coalition group Pro! Ústí will be in Ústí nad Labem will run for mayor Lukáš Blažej. Ivana Böhmová, a teacher and representative in Pardubice, said, among other things, that she wanted to turn Pardubice into a new Amsterdam.
Jiří Robenek fights for the electorate in Zlín, Pavel Vrbický in Hradec Králové, Barbora Hradečná in Karlovy Vary and Jan Hruška in Liberec. Hruška promised, among other things, that the local town hall would look for unused land and offer it for community housing.