Ukrainian media digest for June 23, 2014

As the source in the Cabinet of Ministry told, on Friday prime-minister Arseniy Yatsenyk proposed president to oust the governors of all regions. It worth mentioning that it is nothing more than a formality connected with the presidential elections. The majority of governors will rule the regions on the regular basis. Meanwhile, Dnipropetrovsk governor Ihor Kolomoysky, Donetsk governor Serhiy Taruta, and Odessa governor Ihor Palytsya won’t get their posts back.
The Russian Investigative Committee has declared Ukrainian interior minister Arsen Avakov and Dnepropetrovsk regional administration head Igor Kolomoisky internationally wanted, Investigative Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin told. Avakov and Kolomoisky have been accused of organizing a number of crimes, including murder, the use of prohibited means and methods of warfare, the obstruction of professional activities of journalists, and abduction.
Ukraine will change its representative in the group for regulation the situation in Donbass region. According to the information, Leonid Kuchma could be in this group, which includes OSCE, Russia and Ukraine as the representative of Petro Poroshenko instead of Pavlo Klimkin, who becomes the foreign minister of Ukraine.
The head of Dnipropetrovsk region Ihor Kolomoysky calls for the government to give three Donetsk regions in the jurisdiction of Dnipropetrovsk region, Kolomoysky’s representative Hennadiy Korban told. He said this would be temporary measures concerning three adjacent areas which are under control of Ukrainian army – Aleksandrovsk, Velyka Novosyolka and Krasnoarmeisk districts.
The head of Donetsk region Serhiy Taruta takes an active part in the negotiation process with Russian representatives. His deputy Andrey Nikolayenko says there is a high probability that during the following week we could organize a round table with Russian representatives in Donetsk, and the governor Serhiy Taruta is fully engaged in the negotiation process with Russian representatives.
The State Property Fund of Ukraine announces its plan to sell large stakes in Sumykhimprom plant. 92.75 percent of the plant will be up for tender. Kolomoysky, Firtash and Bakhmatyuk are the major contestants.
Businessman Rinat Akhmetov through Metinvest company statement supports Petro Poroshenko’s peaceful plan.
There could be a no joking electoral competition between separatists Sergey Aksyonov and Vladimir Konstantinov in Crimea.
The deputy of the Party of Regions Yefim Zvyagilsky proposes Petro Poroshenko to appoint Donetsk mayor Aleksander Lukyanchenko to the post of the head of Donetsk administration, considering his close ties with Akhmetov
The nominee for the position of the first deputy chairman of Crimea’s State Council will be known on 24 June.
The head of Donetsk region Serhiy Taruta supports President’s “peaceful plan”.
Militants attacked Komsomolets mine after the administration had denied paying the wages to the members of the forces who are fighting in Slovyansk, the leader of Novorossia Pavel Gubarev explains.
The inconspicuous part of mine workers have joined DPR’s and LPR’s militias, they take vacations and medical leaves to mobilize, the head of the Independent Miners’ Trade Union of the Donbass Mykola Volynko said.
In Moscow Denis Pushilin, the leader of the so-called Donetsk People’s Rebulic, declares Rinat Akhmetov the enemy of Donbass.
Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko thinks local budgets should have 25 percent of profit tax.
The representatives of Donetsk People’s Republic do not accept a cease-fire, announced by Petro Poroshenko, “the people’s governor” of Donetsk region Pavel Gubarev says, with reference to the “DPR’s minister of defense” Ihor Strelkov.
Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko gave an order to cease the fire in the east of Ukraine from 10 pm 20 June until June 27.
Nikolay Zaporozhec, the head of the Blagovest charity fund has been unanimously appointed as the head of the community council of the main LPR’s terrorist Valeriy Bolotov. He is considered to be close to MP Aleksander Yefremov.