Moskal sued renaming of streets in honor of those killed in the Donbass warriors

Москаль через суд добился переименования улиц в честь погибших на Донбассе воинов

The Chairman of the Transcarpathian regional state administration Gennady Moskal a court has made the return of names of streets in honor of those killed in the Donbass heroes in the village of Klyachanovo. He said this on his page in Facebook.

“Yesterday personally went to court to defend named in honor of those killed in the Donbass heroes of the street. In March in the framework of the law on decommunization his order was renamed in the village of Klyachanovo (Mukachevo district, Transcarpathian region) Oktyabrskaya street and Voroshilov on albert Padyukova and Basil Lavka. Both guys lived in this village, the volunteers went to war and died for Ukraine. One was a fighter “Aydar” and “Right sector”. Before within six months resembled rural deputies follow the law, rename the Communist street. Not fulfilled, not renamed. And two weeks after my order in on short notice and changed the names of several streets, including A. V. Paduceva and Lavka on Grape and Nellansay. When I warned him that he would abolish this illegal decision in court, the village head came and began to ask to rename in honor of one of the victims is not October or Voroshilov, and the street of Taras Shevchenko! The court recognized the decision of the village Council was illegal and canceled, so albert street Padyukova and Basil Lavka in Klyachanovo remain unchanged,” he said.

We will remind, earlier it was reported that the Zaporozhye region is almost completely fulfilled the law on decommunization. In the region has dismantled more than 200 monuments and renamed more than 2 thousand streets

Note, in April 2015 the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the law condemning Communist and Nazi regimes. According to the Ukrainian Institute of national memory, the new names in connection with the operation of the law needs to 941 village. The dismantling of monuments and memorial signs, like the renaming of streets and cities, must end in Ukraine until may 21, 2016.