photo: Vít Hassan for PrahaIN.cz/Mayor Zdeněk Hřib
There is a group Žít Jižňák on Facebook. It is supposed to “show the truth, what the real life of the residents of the South City looks like.” Mayor Zdeněk Hřib (Pirates) also lives in Prague 11. However, the just-mentioned Facebook group shared the information that Hřib, although he says that he is at home in Prague 11, is on the list of candidates for the Prague 10 council, where he has a permanent residence.
“Zdeněk Hřib should explain to the citizens of Prague 11 how he ended up on the list of candidates in Prague 10, where he does not live. If the Pirates are already making scams with virtual candidacies and addresses like Rittiga’s shills, then it’s really over,” the post on the social network says.
Zdeněk Hřib on the list of Pirates of Prague 10. Source: elections.cz
Prague’s mayor Hřib is indeed a frequent supporter of Prague 11. For example, we can recall his latest posts on social networks. It is therefore a question why he is running for Prague 10.
“The housing estates have their charm. Maybe like my native Jižák!” he recently wrote on Twitter, for example.
Similarly, they spoke about Prague 11 on Facebook, where he shared benches that, according to him, should not be plastered with advertising, but should be a place to sit.
“My home Southerner.”
“Perhaps in my home city of Prague 11 they have already done it, and you can find the replaced benches at Metodějova and Bachov or near the Háje and Roztyla metro stations. And I would say that it benefits the public space a lot better now. I thank Pirát Prague 11 for taking care of them,” wrote.
Zdeněk Hřib did not comment on the contribution until the publication of the material.
But people spoke up.
“If there will be a capable manager, then I’m a Chinese living in Canada.” I don’t understand why this is still being addressed. Unfortunately, this is not an example of the Mushroom. I don’t understand, but why are they dealing with where he lives, instead of dealing with how his gang makes it impossible to manage Prague,” wrote one, for example. “So he lives on the eleventh floor, he doesn’t hide it, but he calmly declares his PERMANENT residence somewhere where he doesn’t live at all?,“ he didn’t understand another.
“From the point of view of the law, the requirements for candidacy have been met, but probably morally, it is still a layer somewhere under the mud… As the mayor, can he lie? I thought it was the platform of a slightly different electoral party,” concluded another commenter.