The mayor of Dnepropetrovsk (renamed by Parliament in the Dnieper river) Boris Filatov called deputies of the city Council of creatures and threatened to kill their hunger for the failure of their work.
"Officially. Yesterday deputies of "Gromadska force" came to swear to the Executive Committee that they did not release the Deputy money. Declare publicly and legally, that no one people's representative of any political force who: a) doesn't go to the session hall, b) had not participated in the work of commissions,) have forgotten about the work on the district, and never anything from the mayor not get it. You have the opportunity to write complaints to the Prosecutor, to sue and shit bricks at the TV, but nothing ever. Clearly, elected officials? Or will You work Or you starve, creatures", Greg said the Mayor of Dnepropetrovsk on his Facebook page. Remember, on may 19 the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the resolution on renaming of the city of Dnepropetrovsk in the Dnieper during a law on de-communization. This decision was supported by 247 people's deputies With the required minimum of 226 votes. Thus the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova called the Ukrainian deputies, who renamed Dnepropetrovsk, " zombie dropout ". She also said that " after such decisions are completely divorced from historical realities, I honestly started to worry about possible reduction and other names of such cities as Kherson, Zaporozhye." Dnepropetrovsk was originally conceived as the third capital of the Russian Empire, after Moscow and St. Petersburg. Prior to 1796 was Called Ekaterinoslav, from 1796 to 1802 ? Novorossiysk. In 1802, it was again renamed Ekaterinoslav. The name of Dnepropetrovsk, the city received after the revolution in 1926.