Kyiv city council factions of Batkivshchyna and Svoboda parties ready to vote in favor of the renaming.
The Cabinet of Ministers invites the Verkhovna Rada to abrogate all normative legal acts adopted in the Soviet Union, including in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has finished the process of decommunization in Ukraine by adopting a number of regulations.
Three streets, a lane and a prospect, named after the Communist totalitarian regime, were renamed by the Kyiv city council at its today's meeting.
A regular meeting of the Commission on Names of the Kyiv City State Administration has supported a number of proposals for renaming streets in Ukraine's capital.
Head of the Verkhovna Rada Andrii Parubii has signed two resolutions (No. 4085-P and No. 3864-P) that stipulate renaming certain settlements and areas under the decommunisation law.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine intends to consider more than 100 bills and drafts between May 31-June 3. This includes the bill No. 4542 on cancellation of taxation of pension payments.
All the new names for decommunized villages and towns have been agreed with local communities and the committee on local governance. They now await for the matter to be voted in the Verkhovna Rada.
A fight between Avtomaidan activists and local residents was reported in Lymanske village in the Odesa region.
In Zaporizhia, Thursday, the monument to Vladimir Lenin on Zaporizka Square (previously - Lenin Square) was finally pulled down.
The Verkhovna Rada Committee on State Building, Regional Policy and Local Self-Government recommends the parliament to rename Dnipropetrovsk in Dnipro in accordance with the law "on condemnation of Communist and National Socialist (Nazi) regimes and prohibition of propaganda of their symbols."
Verkhovna Rada has renamed 175 settlements pursuant to the law on the condemnation of the communist and national socialist (Nazi) regimes, and prohibition of propaganda of their symbols.
In Dnipropetrovsk, near the central railway station on Pryvokzalna Square, locals and activists tore down the monument to Heorhii Petrovskyi.
The Supreme Administrative Court of Ukraine has refused to institute an appeal proceedings in favor of the Communist Party of Ukraine challenging the conclusion of the Legal Compliance Committee about the law on the condemnation of the communist and national socialist (Nazi) regimes and prohibition of propaganda of their symbols.
The state emblem of the Soviet Union is being dismantled from the shield of the Motherland Monument (also known as Batkivshchyna Maty) in Kyiv.