Ukrainian media digest for June 4, 2014

The pro-Russian protestors seized the office of Industrial Union of Donbas, which partly belongs to Serhiy Taruta, the current governor of Donetsk region. Activists hoisted flags of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republik after they had broken into the building.
Crimea will have its own ombudsmen. Deputies of The Supreme Council of Crimea has adopted two draft laws “About the Ombudsman of the Republic of Crimea” and “About the Children’s Ombudsman of the Republic of Crimea” in the first reading.
The head of Ivano-Frankivsk regional organisation of “Greenpeace Karpaty” Roman Pereimibida appeals to the district prosecutor Igor Nastasyak and interdistrict prosecutor of Kalush city Vasyl Homyn about inactions of Kalush mayor in solving ecological problems.
The Dnipropetrovsk Region national protection headquarter has announced a reward for delivering Member of Parliament Oleh Tsariov to law-enforcement agencies, Borys Filatov, a deputy chairman of the Dnipropetrovsk regional state administration announces.
The US will invest $5 billion to buy bulletproof vests, night-vision devices and communication facilities.
Leader of Crimean Tatars Mustafa Dzhemilev asks President Barack Obama to guarantee that sanctions on Russian will be intensified until “the last piece of Crimean land is free from occupants”
Russia will spend more than 6 billion rubles for social and economic development of Crimea.
People from one of the DPR’s group control Donetsk completely. They have taken control over other DPR’s “groups”. There is no information about strike at Akhmetov’s factories.
Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk reports in Verkhovna Rada that the state budget will do all pension, wage and subsidy payments for Donetsk and Luhansk regions. He also states that near 55 percent of payments have already been done.
Ukrainian interim President Oleksandr Turchynov says the ATO forces have cleared the northern part of Donetsk from terrorists completely.
Interim head of Luhansk regional administration Iryna Verygina thinks martial law should be imposed in Luhansk region.
OSCE thinks the strikes, which caused an explosion at the regional administration building in Luhansk, were the result of non-guided rockets shot from an aircraft.
Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi wants to appoint Vitaliy Lomakovych as a head Lviv regional administration. Mandiuk-Khmel-Vasyunyk group wants this position to be taken by their representative.
The Anti-Terrorist Centre (ATC) at the SBU Intelligent Service of Ukraine has stated that criminal cases opened by The Russian Investigative Committee against the Ukrainian military officers involved in an anti-terrorist operation in the east of the country will have no legal effects with respect to participants of ATO.
Deputies of Lviv regional council appeal to the Prosecutor General’s Office and Ministry of Justice to ban the Communist party in the country.
The Prosecutor General’s Office announced that it is investigating Oleksandr Yefremov’s involvement in “black affairs” with insurgents.
Deputies from Communist Party of Ukraine demand to ban Svoboda party in the country.