Novinky.cz: Robert Veverka, a Pirate candidate for the Senate, found himself in a difficult situation before the upcoming October elections. He had to remove his election posters, which until last week hung in the city center, but also in a number of other Prague streets. The Prague Transport Company (DPP) considered them to be black advertising due to the lack of contracts and they were also in conflict with the resolution of the Prague Council on the placement of advertising.
A Pirate candidate for the Senate surrounded Prague with posters. He had to take them off, according to the DPP it is a black advertisement
12. 08. 2020