By Adrien Beauduin
VSerious face, salt-and-pepper hair, sparse beard, Zdeněk Hřib looks more like a friendly doctor than Rackham the Red. And yet, it was under the black banner of the Czech Pirate Party that this general practitioner was elected mayor of Prague in 2018.
Transport, infrastructure, transparency, housing: the young 37-year-old mayor wanted to make a more liberal, ecological and social turn. After a term marked by the storms of the pandemic and Ukrainian refugees, citizens will give their verdict on the captain’s record on September 23 and 24 during municipal elections.
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