Reader feedback: Stickers fun, effective party promo

Re: "Pot, sex and army stickers," By Lukáš Fila, Vol.8 No.29, August 5-11, 2002

I think the stickers were a brilliant idea. They might tell us much more about the party than a two-page leaflet.

For me it shows that the party is not afraid of new brave ideas and gives space to, and accepts young people. I love the way it mocks the well-buried stereotype that my brother had to listen to every day: "If you are not in the army you are not a man!"

If nothing else, it at least makes people chill out and not to take the pre-election fuss too seriously. The stickers made us laugh. Well done!

Marika Fedorcová

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