SPD, Trikolora, Hnúti PES and independents together for Prague: We will expel activists from the municipality
photo: SPD/Milan Urban, leader of the SPD, Tricolor, PES Movement and independents coalition together for Prague
POLITICIANS IN THEIR OWN WORDS Declaration of the election association SPD, Tricolor, Hnúti PES and independents together for Prague for municipal elections
In Prague, the SPD teamed up with a number of non-parliamentary parties and independent personalities to drive the activists out of the municipality for good.
To make Prague cheap again, to simplify and make life more attractive for the people of Prague, that is the main goal of the electoral association, which was created by the SPD, Trikolora, PES, smaller political parties and independent candidates. The alliance of nationally oriented parties and movements enables the people to choose a strong alternative to the current leadership of the municipality and at the same time the opportunity to issue a certificate of an unpopular government.
“This year’s municipal elections will be an opportunity to put an end to the current coalition at the municipality. We have prepared solutions that will put Prague back on its feet after years of hardship. We will completely reverse the direction of development. We will fundamentally make people’s lives cheaper and better. Under our leadership, Prague will once again be a self-confident world metropolis where everyone will want to live. It is necessary to end the rampage of activists at the municipality, which no one is leading,” explained the leader of the Milan Urban (SPD) coalition of program priorities.
In this year’s municipal elections in Prague, the SPD, in cooperation with Trikolora, fielded its candidates in 14 Prague municipal districts in addition to the municipality. In the other three city districts, people will then have the opportunity to vote for SPD candidates on the candidate lists of other political parties. SPD, Trikolora and Svobodní are running together in Prague 9, SPD, Trikolora and the PES association in Prague 4 and Prague 11, and SPD in Prague 17 in cooperation with the Manifest.cz political party and Jindřich Rajchlo’s PRO (Právo Respekt Odbornost). “All of us who think well of Prague have joined together so that none of us will lose votes in the elections,” explained Urban, who works as an architect/urban planner in an international office.
Background: The leader of the joint candidate of the SPD, the Tricolor and the PES movement for the municipality, and at the same time a candidate for the Senate in District No. 19, is Dr. -Ing. Milan Urban, a native of Vinohrady, vice-chairman of the Prague SPD, an architect with a technical doctorate from Bauhaus Universität in Weimar, Germany, an expert in urban planning with many years of experience in Prague from Great Britain, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Milan Urban is a member of the Czech Chamber of Architects and a registered architect in Great Britain. At the same time, he has experience from the Prague council (2002–2006 and 2010–1014) and from the London constituency of Lewisham East for the Labor Party (member 1996–2008, Political Officer). In the years 2012–2015, he was a member and chairman of the supervisory board of Pražská plynárenská. At that time, he personally advocated for the completion of the buyback of Pražská plynárenská. At the same time, he advocated the purchase of Prague Energetica, Prague Services and Prague Waterworks and sewers back into the property of the city.
There are a number of independent personalities on the joint list of candidates, headed by prof. Lectured by MUDr. Zdenek Seidl, CSc., professor of the 1st Faculty of Medicine of Charles University, Prof. RNDr. Ivo T. Budil, DSc., university pedagogue and historian, Pavlo Kuřet, a well-known veteran and museum curator from the show Treasures of the Earth, doc. Jiří Hejlk, philosopher, pedagogue and vice-chairman of the DOST event, or Mrs. MUDr. Ilona Műllerová, doctor and chairman of the commission of the Czech Union of Freedom Fighters. On the joint list of candidates we will find members from the political party Manifest.cz, from the Czech National Social Party (ČSNS) vice-chairman JUDr. Jaroslav Krála, CSc. and Ing. Petra Ježka, Ph.D., and members of the ZEMANOVCI Citizens’ Rights Party. The candidate is supported by SPD MEP doc. Lectured by MUDr. Ivan David, CSc., MPs SPD Mgr. Jiří Kobza (at the same time candidate for the Senate in Prague District No. 22) and Jaroslav Bašta. Candidates for Trikolora include its vice-chairman Josef Sláma, Bc. Martin Gebauer or RNDr. Jiří Vyhnalík, for example Jiří Janeček, vice-chairman of the PES movement.
We will present a concrete solution to get Prague back on its feet at a press conference, the date will be announced in advance.
Enough of Fialo’s preciousness—enough of thieves in the municipality—enough of pirate experiments
For Freedom and direct democracy, RK Prague – Josef Nerušil, chairman of RK Prague
For the Trikolor political party – Josef Sláma, vice-chairman of the Trikolor party
For the PES movement (Law – Economy – Freedom) – Jiří Janeček, vice-chairman of the PES movement