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Slobozia District

Slobozia
District (Raion)
Country  Moldova
Administrative center Slobozia
Government
 • Heads of the State Administration of the Slobozia District and the Slobozia City V.D. Televca
Area
 • Total 873.24 km2 (337.16 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 90,277[1]
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)

Slobozia District (Raionul Slobozia) is an administrative district of Transnistria, Moldova. It is the southernmost district of Transnistria, located mostly south of Tiraspol. Its seat is the city of Slobozia, located at , on the river Dniester. The district contains 4 cities/towns and 12 communes (a total of 24 localities, including small villages/hamlets):

Slobozia
Crasnoe
Dnestrovsc
Tiraspolul Nou    
Blijnii Hutor
Caragaş
Cioburciu
Corotna
Frunză
Andriaşevca Nouă
Andriaşevca Veche
Novocotovsc
Priozernoe
Uiutnoe
Novosaviţcaia, loc. st. c. f.    
Hlinaia, Slobozia
Nezavertailovca
Parcani
Pervomaisc
Sucleia
Tîrnauca
Vladimirovca
Constantinovca
Nicolscoe    

In addition, the breakaway authorities control the commune of Chiţcani of Căuşeni District, on the western bank of the river Dniester.

According to the 2004 Census in Transnistria, the population of the district plus that of Chiţcani is 95,742. The exact ethnic composition is available only for the sum: 39,751 (41.5%) Moldovans (Romanians), 20,772 (21.7%) Ukrainians, 25,436 (26.5%) Russians, 512 (0.5%) Gagauzians, 7,323 (%) Bulgarians, 133 (7.5%) Roma, 35 (%) Jews, 137 (%) Poles, 475 (0.4%) Belarusians, 496 (0.5%) Germans, 140 (%) Armenians, and 532 (%) others and non-declared. The population of Chiţcani is ca. 9,000 inhabitants. The cities of Slobozia and Dnestrovsc has a combined population of 23477, including 9,005 Moldovans (Romanians), 4,609 Ukrainians, 8,960 Russians, 136 Gagauzians, 166 Bulgarians, 71 Roma, 6 Jews, 37 Poles, 129 Belarusians, 151 Germans, 96 Armenians, and 111 others and non-declared. The exact population of each one, whoever, is not available.

List of heads of administration of Slobozia District and Slobozia City

  • Sergei Diligul (? - 12 October 2012)
  • Vitaliy Dmitrievich Televka (9 November 2012[2] - 22 October 2013)
  • Leonid Nazarovich Petriman (22 October 2013[3] – )

References

  1. ^ на 1 January 2,010, в т.ч. городское население 21 688 чел. (ГОСУДАРСТВЕННАЯ СЛУЖБА СТАТИСТИКИ МИНИСТЕРСТВА ЭКОНОМИКИ ПРИДНЕСТРОВСКОЙ МОЛДАВСКОЙ РЕСПУБЛИКИ. СОЦИАЛЬНО-ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКОЕ РАЗВИТИЕ ПРИДНЕСТРОВСКОЙ МОЛДАВСКОЙ РЕСПУБЛИКИ. 2,009)
  2. ^ Президент ПМР назначил главу госадминистрации Слободзейского района и г. Слободзея, 09.11.2012.
  3. ^ Глава государства Евгений Шевчук провел ряд кадровых назначений в органах государственной власти

External links

  • Map of Transnistria
  • Slobozya, center of sports
  • parcani.at.ua
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