On Friday, the pirates sent a prime minister’s summons to Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO), in which they called on him to apologize for spreading the lie that they wanted to tax people with excess meters of flats and move migrants into their homes. The pirates informed about the call in a press release on Friday. They are responding to Babiš’s Thursday post on twitter and asking him to download the false statement from the social network. In addition, according to them, Babiš scares citizens. The prime minister said that he was amused by the Pirates’ move, and that they continued to behave like “professional informers”.
On social networks, on Thursday, after the Prime Minister’s speech in the Chamber of Deputies, a debate broke out about the discrepancy in the Prime Minister’s attitude towards the shared economy. Babiš spoke out against the Pirates on Thursday, saying, “We don’t want to share our country.” In a book of his visions, he wrote a few years ago that people would soon share cars, apartments and cottages.
Babiš explained this difference on twitter by saying that he wanted to share voluntarily. “Not obligatory, as the Pirates plan, who first want to map flats, tax excess meters and then move someone in there. Preferably a migrant,” he wrote on Twitter.
“Of course, the Pirates do not have anything like that in the program, they should never have and will not have one, and Mr. Babiš and his colleagues know this very well. According to him, Babiš’s actions are unacceptable and it is necessary to stand up to him. “They are not reluctant to publish disinformation and, what is worse, to scare people who are already worried about the pandemic,” Bartoš told Babiš.
Babiš wrote that the move of the Pirates “amused him enough”. “It can be seen that the Pirates continue to drive like professional informants. Without auditors, the police, the courts and Babiš, they would have no idea what to expect,” he said. In the past, he blamed pirates for “putting” him in Brussels in connection with the European Commission’s audit of his conflict of interest.
According to Bartoš, the government has a number of scandals to its credit, and instead of accepting responsibility, the prime minister is trying to blame a coalition of Pirates and Mayors for his failures, thus distracting the public. According to him, Babiš has been spreading false news about Pirates for a long time. However, his statement on Twitter on Thursday exceeded the tolerable limit. “We refuse to tolerate the manipulation of voters and the spread of alarming messages, which is why we sent a pre-litigation summons to the Prime Minister and we demand an apology and the withdrawal of a false post,” Bartoš added.
Source: Tyden.cz by www.tyden.cz.
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