Election 2022 | Prague – Benice: First election results, ODS won in Radotín
The residents of Benice are the first in Prague to know who will govern them in the upcoming election period. The winner is, just like four years ago, the group Benice – a place for a happy life, which was the only one located in the city district in the southeast of the metropolis for the elections reported. As in 2018, Benice became the first district where all votes were counted. By the evening, it was also successful in the case of Prague 16. There, several parties were running, of which the ODS won overwhelmingly.
Benic residents voted to seven-member council. As in the past election period, the political group Benice – a place for a happy life will rule here. Electoral commissioners issued a total of 307 ballot envelopes to 510 eligible voters. In total, residents cast 1,685 valid votes.
The most successful is from the aforementioned grouping of the current representative Romana Vaňková, which voters gave 248 votes. The second place was taken by the deputy mayor Vladislav Mareš, who had ten less votes. The current mayor, Hana Karasová, received the fewest votes among the candidates who lost the council seats.namely 218. Benice – a place for a happy life nominated eight candidates, leaving Milan Jelen as the substitute.
ODS won the municipal elections in Prague 16, won ten mandates in the council, which has 15 members. Together for Radotín (TOP 09, KDU-ČSL, Zelení) finished second with four mandates. The third Pirates will have one representative. 52.97 percent of voters took advantage of the election.
In the 2018 elections, ODS won in Prague 16 with 72.4 percent of the vote and 12 mandates. Two seats were occupied by the KDU-ČSL, Greens and TOP 09 coalition, which was chosen by 12.9 percent of voters. One seat went to the Pirates, they got eight percent of the vote. The council was composed of ODS, its leader Karel Hanzlík became mayor for the fourth time.