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Name (abreviation): Česká pirátská strana (Piráti)
Country: Czech Republic
Status: active
Founded: 20.4.2009
Registered: 17.6.2009
Foundingplace: Hořenice 17, Jaroměř
Slogan: „The Internet is our sea“
Members: 734(13.6.2018)
Percentage of women:
Campaign finance: 4 000 000 Kč (155 506 €) (2018)
Subdivision:
14 regional organizations
52 local organization
Headquarters: Řehořova 943/19 130 00 Praha 3
phone: -
eMail: international@pirati.cz (info@pirati.cz)
Presidium
Chairman: Ivan Bartoš
Vice-Chairpersons: Olga Richterová, Mikuláš Peksa, Redek Holomčík, Jakub Michálek
Board
Secretaries: Jiří Rezek, Marek Nečada, František Kopřiva, Petr Tkadlec, Dana Balcarová [1]
Executives
Treasurer: Jaromír Beránek
Administrative executive: Martin Kučera
PR executive: Mikuláš Ferjenčík
International relations executive: Markéta Gregorová
Technical executive: in-election
HR executive: Jana Rohová
Committees
Chairman of the audit commitee: Michaela Skokanová
Chairman of the arbitration committee: František Navrkal

The Česká pirátská strana (official abbrevation: Piráti, formally ČPS) is the pirate party of the Czech Republic.

Status[edit]

Officialy registered by the Czech Ministry of Interior (17th June 2009). In October 2009 new presidium was elected. The charter of the party was changed on 7 December 2009 to incorporate new executive organs and local organizations.

Achievements[edit]

The party collected enough money to run in the preliminary parliamentary elections due in October 2009 (almost 10 000 Euro). The elections were postponed till May 2010. Party got 0,80 % with 42 323 votes.

In 2012 Party nominated candidate Libor Mich8lek was elected into state senate.

The party submitted a candidate list in all 14 regions of the Czech Republic. Party got 2,19% with 57 805 votes.

In 2013 party run in parlimentary elections and got 2,66 % with 132 417 votes. For this, it recieved 13 241 700,- CZK (478 500 €) in state subsidies.

In European parlamentary elections 2014, party got 4,78% with 72 514 votes and 2 175 420,- CZK in state subsdies.

In municipal elections in 2014, party gain 21 seats and siezed mayor of town Mariánské lázně. It also got 4 seats in Council of Capital city Prag.

Wiki[edit]

The Czech Pirate Party works hard to keep the International Visitors updated and translate all the documents.

Plans[edit]

The party is strengtening its organisation preparing for regional elections which will be held in 2016.

Program[edit]

Key topics for Czech Pirate Party are copyright reform, privacy rights, fight against corruption through open systems of public commissions and accounting, and direct democracy.

Weblinks[edit]

  • Website
  • Forum
  • Mailinglist:
  • IRC: [2]
  • Jabber groupchat: ceskapiratskastrana@conf.netlab.cz