De tjeckiska piraterna räknar med 3-5 ledamöter i EU-parlamentet nu. Piratrörelsen växer i hela världen. I rörelsens ursprungsland Sverige låtsas medierna som ingenting och låter bli att tala om att vi finns, här och i världen.
Demokratins regler gör att vi får valsedlar utlagda i vallokalerna för att ha en hyfsad chans till come back sedan vi åkte ur EU-parlamentet. Medierna hänger inte på – i Sverige.
Zdeněk Hřib (born 21 May 1981) is a Czech politician and manager who has been the Mayor of Prague since November 2018. He is a member of the Czech Pirate Party and assumed office following the 2018 municipal election, where the Pirates ranked second and formed a governing coalition with the third and fourth-ranked parties that holds 39 out of 65 seats in the Prague City Assembly.
Life and work
Zdeněk Hřib was born on 21 May 1981 in Slavičín, near the city of Zlín in southeastern Czech Republic. He studied medicine at the Charles University in Prague and participated in a student exchange program in Taiwan.
Subsequently, Hřib held managerial positions in the healthcare industry, focusing on digitization of healthcare services. From 2012, he is the director and founder of a non-profit organization that provides quality control, efficiency assessment and consulting for healthcare providers as well as consumer protection for healthcare customers.
In 2013, Hřib became a registered supporter of the Czech Pirate Party and ran unsuccessfully in the 2014 Prague municipal election.
The Pirates ranked second in the 2018 Prague municipal election winning 13 out of 65 seats in the Prague City Assembly and formed a governing coalition with the third and fourth-ranked parties that holds 39 out of 65 seats. Hřib, as the leading Pirate candidate with 75,082 votes, was elected the Mayor of Prague on 15 November 2018 by the Prague City Assembly and took over the office from Adriana Krnáčová.