Polling stations will already open on Friday and people will be able to vote in the municipal elections. Among other things, they will also decide who will head the Prague municipality for the next four years. The capital suffers from a chronic housing shortage and has not completed its transportation system. In addition, the heating season, which is characterized by high energy prices, begins. What solutions do individual candidates offer? This is what Jan Bomba asked in the fourth debate on Czech Radio.




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In the Czech Radio debate, David Proczaska of The Elders and Independents, Milan Kraje of the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia, Peter Masinka of the Motoristé sebe party, Miroslav Dvoczak of Solidarity and Yaroslav Koreş of Prague will compete without the chaos.

Previous discussions dealt with the motives of the candidates and the solution of local problems. These questions were addressed in more detail in the first debate, in which eský Rozhlas, for example, asked questions about ways to calm traffic or ensure the availability of better housing.


Video: Who will lead the Prague municipality for the next four years? Watch the third debate before the elections

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The guests were Zdeněk Zajíček (Together for Prague), David Tygr Ploc (Prague is our home), Milan Urban (SPD Alliance, Tricolor, Pes and Independents Together for Prague), Jan ižinský (Prague herself) and Hana Janišová (DSZ for Animal Rights).

The second discussion concerns the solution to the complex parking system in Prague. It was contested by Jana Kommerskova (Czech Pirate Party), Miroslav Posovsky (DOST), Patrick Publisher (ANO 2011 movement), Peter Cibulka (Volte Pravý blok), Michal Chanda (Society against Development Construction in Prokopské údolí).

The third deliberation was about the personal opinions and motives of the candidates. Jiřina Niké Hájek (For Safe Streets in Prague), Tomáš Štampach (Svobodní), Adam Hanka (Volt), Tereza Urzová (Urza.cz: We Don’t Want Your Votes) and Ladislav Linka (For the Party of Private Landlords in the Czech Republic and the Crown Czech) explained in it, why they are trying to get the vote and why they should lead the Prague municipality.


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