The Social Democratic Party will be presenting a new logo next week, party leader Bohuslav Sobotka told reporters on Friday. The new logo will keep the rose symbol and the predominant orange colour. The changes come in response to the party’s defeat in legislative elections, and hope to add to better chances in the autumn local and Senate elections. Mr Sobotka also said that the next campaign would be more modest, as the last one was excessively expensive. He said the party had been given a clear message from the voters, either to change, or lose elections.
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