Kiev City State Administration, spelled Kyiv City State Administration in its own letterhead, is the national-level branch of the Government of Ukraine that administers Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. The current Head of the Kiev City State Administration is Vitali Klitschko. Kiev is a "city with special status" within Ukraine compared to the other administrative subdivisions of the country — the most significant difference is that the city is subordinated directly to the national-level branches of the Government of Ukraine, skipping the regional level authorities of Kyiv Oblast, its special administrative status is recognized in the Ukrainian Constitution in Chapter IX: Territorial Structure of Ukraine and the Law on the local state administration and is governed in accordance with laws passed by Ukraine's parliament, the Verkhovna Rada. Local government is carried out by Kyiv City Council and district councils, headed by their chairpersons who are elected from among the councilors. Although Kyiv is Ukraine's capital, the city serves as the administrative center for Kyiv Oblast.
The oblast surrounds the city, making it into an enclave. In addition, Kyiv serves as the administrative center for the oblast's Kyiv-Sviatoshyn Raion. According to the Constitution the head of the Kiev City State Administration should resign after a new President is elected; the Ukrainian parliament amended the law on "The capital of Ukraine – hero city of Kiev" on September 7, 2010 making it possible for the President to appoint the Head of Kiev City Administration at his discretion. Before these amendments, the elected mayor of the Kiev City Council was automatically appointed as head of the Kiev City State Administration. A Presidential decree relieved Mayor of Kyiv Leonid Chernovetsky of the office of "Head of the Kiev State Administration", while still preserving the post of mayor; this led to Chernovetsky being deprived of any official decision-making role and most power in the capital was handed over to the Head of Kiev City Administration. Oleksandr Popov was appointed as Head of Kyiv City Administration by President Viktor Yanukovych on 16 November 2010.
On 14 December 2013 President Yanukovych suspended Popov. The same day the General Prosecutor of Ukraine's Office handed "a notification on suspicion of abuse of power when ordering the Euromaidan police actions of 30 November 2013" out to Popov and Anatoliy Holubchenko was appointed as acting Head of Kiev City Administration. On 24 December 2013 Holubchenko stated that he met with Popov. Volodymyr Makeyenko was appointed Head of Kiev City Administration on 25 January 2014 by President Yanukovych; the same day Popov was fired as Head of Kiev City Administration. Acting President Oleksandr Turchynov dismissed Makeyenko from the post of the head of Kiev City State Administration on 7 March 2014 and gave the post to Volodymyr Bondarenko newly elected President Petro Poroshenko appointed on 25 June 2014 Vitali Klitschko. 1990–1991 Hryhoriy Malyshevsky 1991–1992 Oleksandr Mosiyuk March 1992 Ivan Dankevych March 1992–April 1993 Ivan Saliy April 1993 Ivan Dankevych April 1993–July 1994 Leonid Kosakivsky July 1995–July 1996 Leonid Kosakivsky August 1996–April 2006 Oleksandr Omelchenko April 2006–November 2010 Leonid Chernovetskyi November 2010–December 2013 Oleksandr Popov December 2013–January 2014 Anatoliy Holubchenko January 25, 2014–March 7, 2014 Volodymyr Makeyenko March 7, 2014–June 25, 2014 Volodymyr Bondarenko June 25, 2014–present Vitali Klitschko Subdivisions of Kiev "Official internet-portal".
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IRIB TV3 is one of the 32 national television channels in Iran. It is the third television channel created by the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting, started broadcasting on December 4, 1993; the channel is referred to as the youth channel, due to its large amounts of programming dedicated to sports. The channel broadcast major Iranian sport events, mini-series and movies. On 7 August 2016, the TV3 network HD broadcast trial began in provincial capitals. Programs in this channel produce in 6 types: Entertainment Movie and Series Political Scientific Social and Economical Sport Cinema Asre Jadid Navad Football Bartar Mardan Ahanin After the Rain Khat-e Ghermez Zir-e Asmane Shahr 1 Zir-e Asmane Shahr 2 Noghtechin Tabe Sard Khane Be Doosh Shabhaye Barareh Motaham Gorikht Nargess Zire Zamin Baghe Mozaffar Rahe Bipayan Char Khooneh Sweet and Sour Emperor of the Sea Halgheye Sabz Marde Hezar Chehreh Bezangah Marde Do Hezar Chehreh Jumong Haft Sherlock The Kingdom of the Winds The Return of Iljimae Dong Yi Dozd va Police Kim Su-ro, The Iron King Moon Embracing the Sun Wall to Wall IRIB TV3 Official website IRIB TV3 live stream
Nassian Department is a department of Bounkani Region in Zanzan District, Ivory Coast. In 2014, its population was 44,528 and its seat is the settlement of Nassian; the sub-prefectures of the department are Bogofa, Koutouba and Sominassé. Nassian Department was created in 2005 as a second-level subdivision via a split-off from Bouna Department. At its creation, it was part of Zanzan Region. In 2011, districts were introduced as new first-level subdivisions of Ivory Coast. At the same time, regions were reorganised and became second-level subdivisions and all departments were converted into third-level subdivisions. At this time, Nassian Department became part of Bounkani Region in Zanzan District. In 2014, the population of the sub-prefecture of Nassian was 19,971; the seventeen villages of the sub-prefecture of Nassian and their population in 2014 are