Moskal accused the Cabinet of using “Soviet” names

Москаль упрекнул Кабмин в использовании "советских" названий

Moskal dissatisfied with the repair “Communist” streets

The Governor has accused the government of partial decommunization.

The head of the Transcarpathian regional state administration Gennady Moskal on its official website said that despite the law on de-communization, which obliges local councils to rename streets with Communist names, officials of the Cabinet still use them in the documentation.

According to the Governor, in the town of Bershad ‘ of Vinnytsia region, the Cabinet has allocated funds for the repair of the house of culture on the street 50 years of October, in the Volyn region will repair a kindergarten in the village of Oktyabrsky, to reconstruct school on Lenin street in the village of Davydovka, as well as repair in Karl Marx street in Brusilov.

Moskal said that all these settlements have long been renamed by the decision of local government or the Verkhovna Rada, “however, for the Cabinet they are still Communist.

As reported Корреспондент.netApril 29 Gennady Moskal said about the full Council of Transcarpathia.

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