The elections for the European Parliament have already started. Today Czech Republic will be voting for their 21 seats and the French overseas territory will decide on 3 seats. We will be reporting live about their chances and cover the preliminary results. Tomorrow is the last day of the EU elections when the majority of countries will be voting. We will cover the results live […]
Mock EU elections took place for students (over 15 years) in 254 secondary schools and colleges in Czech republic. In the elections the Pirates came out in first place with 19.19% of the votes. In total more than 25.000 students older than 15 years laid their votes in the EU trial election. The election was enacted to mimic the real ones with ballot papers, screens […]
by consensus , European Pirates adopted a common political agenda in Athens. “PPEU Athens 2013” will be remembered for the formulation of a first ever common Pirate programme.
The Czech Pirate Party is thanking voters who helped them treble their vote to 2.66% of the vote since the last elections in 2010.
The Czech Pirates are going into the elections with a solid platform that is based on the idea that they want to take advantage of the opportunities offered in the new digital age.
“We want to develop a modern information society full of self-confident and equal citizens.”
From August 30 to September 1, Pirates from the three neighbouring countries Germany, Czech Republic and Poland met in Dresden for the first PP³ conference. As a real and productive surprise, Pirates from Austria and France also made the long trip to join the meeting. The meeting included a video conference with a Czech pirates board member, Mikuláš Ferjenčík; the manager of the election campaign […]
As a result of an election spot used by the Czech Pirate Party the party found themself confronted with a preliminary injunction to take this spot down. While they are waiting for the court ruling they started a campaign against LEGO.
The Czechs have their first elected Pirate Senator. Pirates worldwide will be rejoicing with PPCZ as they celebrate Libor Michálek’s success in the senatorial elections. Famous, in his own country, as a whistle blower for exposing corruption in 1996 when he worked for the National Property Fund.
The Czech Pirate Party had a successful regional election with an average of 2.19% in the different regions. The first part of the senator elections also took place where one Pirate candidate advanced to the second round. With a total vote count of 57 000 for PPCZ they did not manage to get elected in the regional elections but it is a good sign for the future. Compared to the last election they managed to increase their votes with 275%. In the different regions they scored between 1.41% and 3.03%.
The Czech Pirate Party is getting ready for both regional and national elections this weekend, with pre-election polls ranging around 2 %.