The Pirates in the South Moravian Region nominated Ivan Bartoš and Markéta Gregorová for party chairman, both of whom won the support of over half of the voters in the weekend election. It follows from the Pirates voting system.
The pirates in the south of Moravia started voting on Friday, the voting ended this morning, and the results were published in the afternoon. Jana Holomčík Leitnerová told ČTK for Pirates that a total of 48 people voted, who could cast up to nine votes. The nominee was the one who received the support of the majority of the voters, i.e. 25 votes or more.
Bartoš received 31 votes, the second Markéta Gregorová 27, so they are nominated, the third Rudolf Špoták received seven votes. At the same time, the pirates voted on who they would support for the position of vice president. Leitnerová received the most votes, namely 32, followed by Marcel Kolaja, who received 27 votes, so both are nominated. The remaining four did not receive a nomination.
The meeting of the national forum of Pirates is planned for January 13 in Brno. He will choose the narrowest leadership that will lead the party into the next parliamentary elections. For the last two years, Bartoš has had a new line-up of vice-presidents, in addition to him, the leadership includes Marcel Kolaja, Hana Hajnová, Blanka Charvátová and Martin Jiránek. Kolaja and Hajnová are seeking support to continue in the presidency, while Charvátová has already announced that she will not run again.