President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the renaming of district courts in the capital of the Chechen Republic, Grozny. The document was received by the head of state after it was adopted by the State Duma and approved by the Federation Council.
According to the content of the law, the new name will be given to four district courts in Grozny. Organizational measures for its implementation were entrusted to the judicial department at the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation.
“To rename the following district courts of the city of Grozny of the Chechen Republic: the Leninsky district court of the city of Grozny of the Chechen Republic – into the Akhmatovsky district court of the city of Grozny of the Chechen Republic,” the text of the document contains.
Now instead of Oktyabrsky there will be Baysangurovsky, instead of Staropromyslovsky – Visaitovsky, and Zavodskaya was renamed Sheikh-Mansurovsky. Similar names are now worn by districts of the city.