Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Advocates call for demonstration for free public transport in Katowice, Poland

BEZPLATNA KOMUNIKACJA MIEJSKA: ""Gazeta Wyborcza Katowice" Trade unionists and activists from leftist organizations organise a a demonstration in front of the City Hall in Katowice on Friday. They will be demanding free public transport.

The campaign was organized jointly by the politicians of Your Movement, Polish Labour Party and Free Trade Union "August 80". They will be joined by councilors from Katowice, Siemianowice Śląskie, Piekary Śląskie and Będzin.

They all want to see free public transport in the cities of the region. Proponents of this solution will meet at the city square and then go to the City Hall. They want to give a petition to the president of Katowice Piotr Uszok. - Free communication is the most sensible way of organising transport in the city. It's getting rid of traffic jams, the investment for the future and relief for our wallets - say the organizers."

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