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Ukrainian deputies renamed Dnipropetrovsk

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Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine made the final decision on renaming the city of Dnepropetrovsk. It is reported that the renaming of the city occurred within the framework of the law on so-called de-communization. The “decommunization” reached Dnepropetrovsk due to the fact that its name is associated with the name of a member of the Central Committee of the RCP (B) - VKP (b), Secretary of the Ekaterinoslav Council of Workers' Deputies Grigory Petrovsky (1878-1958). Now in Ukraine, Grigory Petrovsky is considered by the authorities to be the “organizers of the Holodomor”.


Ukrainian deputies renamed Dnipropetrovsk


Now Dnipropetrovsk will be named Dnepr, for which the 247 deputies of the Verkhovna Rada voted, with the necessary 226 votes. The relevant resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine is number number XXUMX.

For reference: Dnepropetrovsk got its name in 1926 year. The first official name of the city is Yekaterinoslav (before 1796). Then the city changed its name several times, turning it into Novorossiysk (to 1802), then again to Yekaterinoslav (to 1926).

From the resolution VRU:
The city got its present name Dnepropetrovsk in 1926 by the name of the river and in honor of the party, Bolshevik and Soviet leader, the leader of the revolutionary movement and the chairman of the Central Executive Committee of the Ukrainian SSR - G.I. Petrovsky (1878-1958), who later became one of the initiators of the organization of the Holodomor 1932-33. The name carries the symbolism of the communist regime and, according to the law, must be changed.
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  1. Vend
    Vend 19 May 2016 11: 52
    +12
    It is necessary to ask residents of Dnepropetrovsk. The circus is simple.
    1. vovanpain
      vovanpain 19 May 2016 12: 33
      +66
      Quote: Wend
      It is necessary to ask residents of Dnepropetrovsk. The circus is simple.

      Here only according to Lavrov D. B. fellow
    2. Pavel Tsybai
      Pavel Tsybai 19 May 2016 12: 59
      +28
      And there’s nothing to add.
      1. Serg 122
        Serg 122 19 May 2016 13: 41
        +3
        Now Dnepropetrovsk will be called the Dnieper

        How are these ... uh ... experts weak with fantasy then! But you could still reduce it: to Day, or even just - Prrrr... fool laughing
      2. BMP-2
        BMP-2 19 May 2016 15: 10
        +2
        Prior to this, the inhabitants of Dnepropetrovsk could only swim in the Dnieper, and now they will live in it! laughing
        1. alexmach
          alexmach 19 May 2016 23: 56
          -1
          In fact, Dnipropetrovsk Dnipropetrovsk and so in everyday life called "Dnieper"
    3. Eragon
      Eragon 19 May 2016 13: 32
      +8
      Quote: Wend
      It is necessary to ask residents of Dnepropetrovsk. The circus is simple.

      I was born there and lived there until the fate of the army called. They are bastards, of course, but it could be worse. One of the highly promoted variants of renaming - "Sich" - when translated into Russian has several meanings, incl. and urine. And Dnepr is the popular name of Dnepropetrovsk for many decades. Let it be so.
      1. avt
        avt 19 May 2016 14: 58
        +2
        Quote: Eragon
        And the Dnieper is the popular name for Dnepropetrovsk, for many decades. Let it be so.

        No. I'm against ! Bul Dnipropetrovsk, high sob Dniprokalomoysk, nakraynyak - Dniprobenensk.
      2. weksha50
        weksha50 19 May 2016 17: 53
        +1
        Quote: Eragon
        "Sich" - when translated into Russian, has several meanings, incl. and "urine".


        Hmm ... How do you call it "Motor Sich" in Russian?
        1. Eragon
          Eragon 19 May 2016 19: 47
          +1
          Quote: weksha50
          Hmm ... How do you call it "Motor Sich" in Russian?

          And this question is not for me, but for those who renamed the plants. Most likely, they simply do not know the Ukrainian language. Do not think that I am exaggerating. When I am in Ukraine and listening to programs in Ukrainian, I am amazed at how much surzhik, or even just the misuse of words. Yes, in the same Parliament they do not speak Ukrainian at all.
          1. Hlavaty
            Hlavaty 19 May 2016 21: 47
            +1
            Quote: Eragon
            And this question is not for me, but for those who renamed the plants.


            No, the question is still for you. smile
            You have misled people: in Ukrainian, "urine" is "slash". And the Cossack settlements were called "Sich" (in Ukrainian "sich").
            At the dawn of Independence, especially zealous and not particularly literate nationalists proposed to rename Dnepropetrovsk to Secheslav - like "glorifying the Cossack Sich", but in Ukrainian it looked like "glorifying urine." Then, of course, we figured it out and began to promote a more literate name "Sicheslav", but "the sediment remained" ...

            In general, this is all nonsense. As they say, everything hinders a bad dancer - monuments interfere, names interfere ... Soon, the facial expressions of citizens will begin to interfere and require replacement.
          2. alexmach
            alexmach 19 May 2016 23: 58
            -1
            My dear, where did you see that the word sich was used in the context of urine? Slashing Ukrainian urine will be.
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  2. Fregate
    Fregate 19 May 2016 11: 52
    +20
    Now Dnepropetrovsk will be called the Dnieper

    And why not Dneprolyashkovsk or Kolomoisk?
    1. evgenii67
      evgenii67 19 May 2016 12: 15
      +3
      Quote: Fregate
      And why not Dneprolyashkovsk or Kolomoisk

      perhaps they will come to this, the news from Ukraine has not surprised me for a long time.
      Kolomoisk region, Dneprolyashkov region wassat
      They plan to rename the Dnieper, i.e. Dnieper region. laughing insanity was strong.
    2. demo
      demo 19 May 2016 12: 30
      +5
      Lyashka-on-Dnieper or Khokhlomoysk - it sounds however!

      Yes! Insanity grows stronger every day.
    3. zennon
      zennon 19 May 2016 14: 07
      +2
      Quote: Fregate
      And why not Dneprolyashkovsk or Kolomoisk?

      Take it higher-Banderograd!
      1. BMP-2
        BMP-2 19 May 2016 15: 12
        +2
        Well then, Dneprobandersk! laughing
  3. avvg
    avvg 19 May 2016 11: 53
    +5
    How much the mental ability of the Ukrainian deputies is doubtful and there is no doubt that the Ukrainian insanity is growing stronger.
    1. Pavel Tsybai
      Pavel Tsybai 19 May 2016 13: 02
      +14
      Insanity is no longer growing stronger. He comes from there.
  4. tsvetkov1274
    tsvetkov1274 19 May 2016 11: 53
    +4
    S. Lavrov to help you .... fool
  5. maxim1987
    maxim1987 19 May 2016 11: 53
    +16
    it is much more necessary than saving Yuzhmash. Go the right way, look for goods.
    1. PHANTOM-AS
      PHANTOM-AS 19 May 2016 12: 04
      -6
      Quote: maximNNX
      it is much more necessary than saving Yuzhmash. Go the right way, look for goods.

      By the way, the road is beaten by us, Sverdlovsk, Kalinin, Leningrad, Kuibyshev continue to hunt.
      1. weksha50
        weksha50 19 May 2016 12: 10
        +17
        Quote: PHANTOM-AS
        By the way, the road is beaten by us, Sverdlovsk, Kalinin, Leningrad, Kuibyshev continue to whom the hunt.



        Hmm ... By the way, the cities you have listed returned historical names ...

        But Dnepropetrovsk was originally Ekaterinoslav ...

        PS Poor Leah Akhejakova ... Left homeless, without a homeland ... (she was born in Dnepropetrovsk) ...
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          1. zennon
            zennon 19 May 2016 14: 15
            +1
            Quote: PHANTOM-AS
            Or do you argue?

            But you must admit that it was the Communists who began the era of renaming.
          2. PHANTOM-AS
            PHANTOM-AS 19 May 2016 19: 30
            0
            Che got some minuses, erysipelas in the mirror, or something like that? laughing
            What do I have to do with it request
        2. Weyland
          Weyland 20 May 2016 00: 51
          0
          Quote: weksha50
          By the way, the historical names you have returned to the cities you have listed ...


          Not for everyone: there is still Tsaritsynu return!
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    2. zennon
      zennon 19 May 2016 14: 13
      +2
      Quote: maximNNX
      it is much more necessary than saving Yuzhmash.

      What a save! This was a cash cow!
      And for five years - from 2010 to 2015 - KB "Yuzhnoye" transferred to the state budget in the form of taxes over 1 billion hryvnia. And from the budget received financing in the amount of 153 million hryvnia. In 2015 alone, deductions amounted to more than UAH 400 million. It came from the state - 15 million.

      The enterprise is almost dead.
  6. Nevsky_ZU
    Nevsky_ZU 19 May 2016 11: 54
    +4
    There, another city was renamed in Dnipropetrovsk region, - Dneprodzerzhinsk. Now the city with a population of thousands of 240, and plants, even if decrepit, is called Kamenskoe as a village wassat
  7. nazar_0753
    nazar_0753 19 May 2016 11: 54
    +5
    Will the Dnieper River be renamed now?
    1. weksha50
      weksha50 19 May 2016 12: 12
      +2
      Quote: nazar_0753
      Will the Dnieper River be renamed now?



      Mdya ... River - Dnieper ... City - Dnieper ...

      Fantasy completely withered ...

      PS We even have cities located on rivers, called in conjunction with the name of the river: Verkhnevolzhsk, Nizhnekamsk ...
      1. zennon
        zennon 19 May 2016 14: 16
        +3
        Quote: weksha50
        Mdya ... River - Dnieper ... City - Dnieper ...
        Fantasy completely withered ...

        And Moscow? Initially, that was the name of the river.
        1. weksha50
          weksha50 19 May 2016 17: 56
          0
          Quote: zennon
          And Moscow? Initially, that was the name of the river.



          I agree ... I did not think ...
    2. igor67
      igor67 19 May 2016 12: 16
      +3
      Quote: nazar_0753
      Will the Dnieper River be renamed now?

      Slavutich the ancient name of the Dnieper
      1. Eragon
        Eragon 19 May 2016 13: 43
        0
        Quote: igor67
        Slavutich the ancient name of the Dnieper

        Precisely, even a department store with that name is (or already was) in Dnepropetrovsk.
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    3. Eragon
      Eragon 19 May 2016 13: 40
      0
      Quote: nazar_0753
      Will the Dnieper River be renamed now?

      Chu, that same Dnipro. wassat
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    5. iouris
      iouris 19 May 2016 23: 57
      0
      And where to go? But probably the next day embroidered.
  8. alex-cn
    alex-cn 19 May 2016 11: 54
    +5
    And you friends do not sit down - everyone is not good at musicians (C) Grandfather Krylov ...
  9. -СтрР° РЅРЅРёРє-
    +5
    I wonder where the money for renaming comes from. The name should change on all cards. Or is it only for internal use? So release new maps inside (countries belay - the hand does not rise to write) is also worth the money, not counting the replacement of all documents. hi
  10. 96423lom
    96423lom 19 May 2016 12: 02
    +2
    I thought everything was clear with them, it turns out not everything ...
  11. rafaelich
    rafaelich 19 May 2016 12: 02
    +3
    So what?
    Ukrainians always called him Dnepr in conversation ...
  12. Abbra
    Abbra 19 May 2016 12: 02
    +3
    The theater of the naked and barefoot ... Ukraine (because it comes from the "outskirts"), is also obliged to rename itself, otherwise it is somehow not kosher. For example, in the Middle ...
    1. DMoroz
      DMoroz 19 May 2016 12: 46
      0
      So they already wanted to rename themselves to Russia, and Russia, respectively, to Muscovy fool
      http://topwar.ru/91150-iniciativa-vru-pereimenovat-ukrainu-v-rossiyu-a-rossiyu-v
      -moskoviyu.html
  13. Siberian
    Siberian 19 May 2016 12: 04
    +1
    WHAT ARE THESE THEY WERE HAPPY FOR HIS HOLIDEMOR? A VICTORY ON THE MOUNT OF MAKOVKA? VIOLATE YOUR SAME ORDERS? HOW CAN YOU DO NOT FIND MONEY? JAMALA IN HONOR OF THE HUNGERFUL ON THE Ukroeurovide THE SONG WILL PERFORM ...
  14. Not served
    Not served 19 May 2016 12: 06
    +6
    It's time for the girls to change, and they move all the beds.
  15. Koresh
    Koresh 19 May 2016 12: 07
    +9
    Right now, the inhabitants of Dnepropetrovsk will heal! That was the problem with the name! Because of the names of settlements in Ukraine, a collapse in the economy, a drop in industry, a rise in tariffs and prices for everything, high mortality and war! Now, then, victory from victories!
  16. bragin
    bragin 19 May 2016 12: 07
    +2
    I absolutely do not accept such renaming, but as far as I remember, unofficially it was called the Dnieper in Ukraine. Like us, Peter.
    1. Mantykora
      Mantykora 19 May 2016 12: 25
      +6
      And the locals call Mariupol Marik, so what? Today's people always try to speak shorter ... but this is not a reason for changing the name of cities, streets and other objects.

      And so - even swearing already no strength ...
      On New Year's Eve in Kharkov, the metro station "Sovetskaya" was renamed into "Maidan Constitution". Congratulated so to speak. We decided to add with renaming stations:
      - Proletarian - Green Guy
      - Soviet Army - Army
      - Marshal Zhukov - Sports Palace
      - Metro builders to them. Vashchenko - Metro builders
      - Uprising Square - Defenders of Ukraine, pah!
      And yet - generally rename all 9 districts of the city ... not counting the streets and so on ... Get lost in your hometown ...
  17. lao_tsy
    lao_tsy 19 May 2016 12: 08
    +8
    DneproPoroYatsenyuNebessnostensk
    1. General_colonel
      General_colonel 19 May 2016 13: 07
      +2
      Better Dneproevromaydaunsk is a more European name in honor of the Maydaun revolutionaries.
  18. Selevc
    Selevc 19 May 2016 12: 08
    +4
    Sick people - I sometimes call Ukraine AntiBritain ... That is, in Ukraine everything is as in Britain just the opposite !!!
    There is a proposal to the Russian authorities to rename Lviv to Stalin, Ivano-Frankivsk to Zhlobovsk, Ternopil to Khokhlovsk, and Ukraine to Bendery, Yatsenyuk to Yaytsenyukha !!!
    African Papuans neigh over such Europeans ...

    They also renamed the police to the police - so excuse me - if there were cops before, now they show off? )))))
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  20. voronbel53
    voronbel53 19 May 2016 12: 18
    +5
    No fancy renaming. No, to name Dnepropetrovsk in honor of Pedro Poroshenko, replace one letter - both modestly and in European ...
  21. morpogr
    morpogr 19 May 2016 12: 18
    0
    There are no other affairs and concerns, we will completely destroy it and then continue to break what remains.
  22. Vasily V
    Vasily V 19 May 2016 12: 18
    +3
    And what? The economy is on the rise, nowhere to go. Etozh now all the documentation, starting with the registration of citizens, ending with the requisites of all the enterprises of the cities need to be redone, change the seal, etc.
    When the deputies have nothing to do, they are engaged in renaming because they have no time to deal with serious things.
  23. Mihail55
    Mihail55 19 May 2016 12: 19
    +1
    Although Kiev will not get wet and that’s good !!! smile
  24. novel66
    novel66 19 May 2016 12: 21
    +3
    Koryavyenko it happened, Dnepropetlyursk - that’s the name!
  25. Lester7777
    Lester7777 19 May 2016 12: 24
    +1
    The next is Kherson?
    1. Kenneth
      Kenneth 19 May 2016 12: 27
      +2
      By adding the prefix On.
      1. raketnik
        raketnik 19 May 2016 12: 40
        0
        In 1987, they answered the question of where I came from = NACHERSON === I could not realize for a couple of minutes ,,))))
  26. Kenneth
    Kenneth 19 May 2016 12: 26
    +1
    Flood. Dnieper in the Dnieper
  27. atamankko
    atamankko 19 May 2016 12: 33
    +1
    Everyone was expecting that Ukrainians, although a little wiser, it turns out - this is impossible.
  28. raketnik
    raketnik 19 May 2016 12: 38
    0
    Well, Che creative !!! wink IT IS ALSO LEGISLATED TO ESTABLISH THAT THE HEPP DAMS ARE ALSO CONSTRUCTED IN THE PERIOD OF TEMPORARY INDEPENDENCE 1941-1944 AND INTRODUCE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION FOR DENIAL OF THIS FACT request
  29. Engineer
    Engineer 19 May 2016 12: 38
    0
    Somehow it sounds not European. Dneprtown, Dneprburg, Dneprborg or Dnepserdorf! .. Interestingly, but Soviet Ukraine will be renamed Kievan Rus? Then Ukrainians must be renamed Russian, suddenly!

    But it’s not funny at all, we also have enough of such clever men to rename streets and metro stations, they don’t even look at the opinion of the people!
    1. zennon
      zennon 19 May 2016 14: 21
      0
      Quote: Engineer
      Somehow it sounds not European. Dneprtown,

      Maybe Dneprodown? In my opinion it is cooler.
      1. Oprychnik
        Oprychnik 19 May 2016 15: 26
        +1
        Now the Globe of Ukraine needs to be redrawn ... How much expenses. And over the phrase of the classic "Wonderful Dnieper in calm weather" now you have to puzzle over what the author had in mind.
  30. HAM
    HAM 19 May 2016 12: 44
    +2
    And why do they change it? After all, you will have to rename it back, when Peter the Unshealthy leaves this world, you need to somehow immortalize the "great figure of our time" ... hi
  31. iury.vorgul
    iury.vorgul 19 May 2016 12: 50
    +2
    Yes, Ukrainians are not creative. Instead of being tormented with renaming and spending credit money, they would have decided that Dnepropetrovsk is called so, not in honor of Grigory Petrovsky, but in honor of the Great President of the Independent Nenka, the Winner of Altai armored vehicles near Ilovaisk and Debaltseve, Generalissimo of All times and peoples, Three times Hero Peace, the licker of the MOST BLACK BACK, EmperorAll sweets PEDRO WALZMAN !!!!!!!
  32. AlexSam
    AlexSam 19 May 2016 12: 59
    +1
    I agree with the deputies, DneproPetrovsk is somehow ambiguous, the second somehow fades against the background of the first (from the word at all) and as a result is lost, forgotten in people's memory ... now DneproValtzmansk would be right!
  33. Mercenary
    Mercenary 19 May 2016 13: 19
    +1
    And what a cool Dnieper-on-Dnieper!
  34. iouris
    iouris 19 May 2016 14: 22
    0
    As an option: Timoshenkovsk or Julia-on-Dnieper.
  35. tolyasik0577
    tolyasik0577 19 May 2016 14: 26
    0
    Tell me, does the certificate of ownership of real estate now also change? And how do those who have written-issued by the Dnipropetrovsk Department of Internal Affairs in their passport or whatever they write, or-was born in Dnepropetrovsk, i.e. in the city named after the initiator of the famine.
    1. iouris
      iouris 19 May 2016 14: 38
      0
      Property will have to be paid for debts.
  36. Ajent cho
    Ajent cho 19 May 2016 16: 00
    0
    Ukrainian deputies renamed Dnipropetrovsk

    I appeal to the majority of those who comment: you yourself now look like skips. Remember better how we once rushed to rename both cities and streets.
    1. voronbel53
      voronbel53 19 May 2016 16: 52
      +1
      [quote = Ajent Cho] Better remember how we once rushed to rename both cities and streets.
      We help them, but taking into account our own mistakes wink
  37. Demeter
    Demeter 19 May 2016 16: 27
    0
    It is time for Dnepropetrovsk to return the historical name - Yekaterinoslav and return it to the Russian Federation, even if for this local Bandera would have to be poisoned with dust ...
  38. Chulman
    Chulman 19 May 2016 17: 45
    0
    Dneprodneprovsk !!!!! And everything is fine, what is there to think ...