Lugansk


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Lu·gansk

 (lo͞o-gänsk′)

Lugansk

(Russian luˈɡansk)
n
(Placename) an industrial city in E Ukraine, in the Donbass mining region: established in 1795 as an iron-founding centre. Pop: 454 000 (2005 est). Former name (1935–91): Voroshilovgrad

Lu•gansk

(luˈgɑnsk)

n.
a city in E Ukraine, in the Donets Basin. 509,000. Formerly (1935–90), Voroshilovgrad .
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Violence flared outside the national parliament as lawmakers inside were debating and voting on a proposal to grant greater powers to the eastern regions of Donetsk and Lugansk. Since March of last year, when the government in Ukraine was initially overthrown by an administration more sympathetic to the West, those in the east of Ukraine felt as if they had been cheated of a government that they had elected and supported.
According to the State Service statistics, the reduction in real wages in June 2015 compared to June 2014 was observed in the Lugansk (39.7%), Donetsk (19.5%), Dnipropetrovsk (27.8%), Chernivtsi (at 29.9%), Ivano-Frankivsk (29.6%), Khmelnytsky, Zhytomyr and Ternopil (by 29.4%), Rivne (29%), Kirovohrad (by 28.9%), Cherkasy (28 , 8%), Zakarpatya (25%) areas and Kiev (19.5%).
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