Praha Sobě, just like in the previous elections, got into the city council and in Prague 1 and 7. Nové also succeeded in Prague 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14 and also in smaller Satalice and Kunratice. This follows from the results of municipal elections at www.volby.cz.
The joint candidate of the SPD and Tricolor, the PES movement and independent candidates exceeded the five percent threshold and won three seats in the Prague council. In the city districts, the candidate of the SPD, the Tricolors and the independents has the best results in Prague 10, where she won 7.8 percent of the vote and four seats in the 45-member council.
The SPD ran in eleven of the 22 numbered city districts. Where the SPD together with the Tricolor succeeded, they won between two and four mandates in councils, which vary in size according to population. In larger urban areas, it ranges between 31 and 45 seats. In the last elections, the SPD ran independently in 15 city districts and in the capital, but succeeded only in Prague 11, where it won two mandates. In addition, the party later expelled one of the deputies, Robert Vašiček. In these elections, the movement in Prague 11 did not run.
Compared to the last election, they fielded candidates in more municipal districts of Prague Sobá, which was part of the ruling coalition in the capital during the previous election period and was originally formed in Prague 7, which it has led since 2014. In the elections to the capital, the group gained roughly two percent and two mandates less, but it succeeded in all city districts where it fielded female candidates.
Praha Sobě was traditionally the most successful in Prague 7, where it won 52.3 percent of the vote and 19 seats in the 29-member council, which is more than four years ago. In Prague 1, Praha Sobá won 22.9 percent of the vote and seven mandates in the 27-member council, which is also one more than in the last election.
Of the large city districts where the group ran for the first time, it was most successful in Prague 5, where 21.4 percent of voters voted for it, which means a gain of ten mandates out of 41. In Prague 8, where Praha Sobě ran together with the group of independent candidates Osmička lives, their candidate won 17 percent of the vote and nine out of 45 representative mandates. Praha Sobě crossed the 10 percent threshold in the city districts where it ran, in Prague 3, where only 7.3 percent of voters do not want it, which means a gain of two out of 35. The most successful group was in Satalice, which has approximately 2,500 inhabitants. With 32.2 percent of the vote, it won four of the 11 seats there.