Matúš Vallo is an architect, urban activist, musician and current Mayor of Bratislava. He was the person behind the Mestske zasahy (Urban Interventions) initiative which has prepared over 900 projects for public space improvement in twenty Slovak and Czech cities since 2008. He founded My sme mesto (We Are the City) and Aliancia Stará Tržnica civil associations in Bratislava. He has led the preparations of the Plán Bratislava: Návod na lepšie město (Bratislava Project: Instructions for a Better City) document from 2016 which he applied with as an independent candidate for the post of Mayor of Bratislava. He won the elections in November 2018 with 36% votes. 

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