A number of enterprises were also blacklisted.
Some of the names and names of companies were published by the Belarusian service of Radio Liberty.
Judges, investigators and prosecutors
Natallia Buhuk, a judge of the Frunzenski district of Minsk, who tried Belsat journalists Katsiaryna Andreyeva and Darya Chultsova.
Alina Kasyanchyk, an assistant to the prosecutor of the Frunzenski district of Minsk, who supported the criminal charges against the demonstrators.
Ihar Kurylovich, a senior investigator of the Investigatory Committee of the Frunzenski District of Minsk, who investigated cases against demonstrators.
Siarhei Shatsila, a judge of the Savetski district court of Minsk, who tried, in particular, Natallia Hershe, Dzmitry Halka, and Dzmitry Karatkevich.
Anastasia Achalova, a judge of the Leninski district court of Minsk, who tried journalists, protesters, pensioners and, in particular, economist Dzmitry Kruk.
Maryja Yarokhina, a judge of the Frunzenski district court of Minsk, who announced sentences to athletes, trade unionists, and journalists.
Yulia Bliznyuk, a judge of the Frunzenski district court of Minsk. Announced sentences against journalists, activists, protesters. In particular, Artsiom Khvascheuski, Artsiom Sauchuk, Maksim Paulyushchyk.
Anastasia Kulik, a judge of the Pershamaiski district court of Minsk, considered "political cases".
Maksim Trusevich, a judge of the Pershamaiski district court of Minsk, considered cases of activists, opposition leaders, and journalists.
Tatsiana Motyl, a judge of the Maskouski district court of Minsk, who tried Mikalai Statkevich, journalist Aliaksandr Barazenka.
Aliaksandr Rudenka, Deputy Chairman of the Kastrychnitski district court of Minsk. Considered cases against journalists and activists. In particular, he imposed fines on pensioners and disabled people, held the administrative case of Lyudmila Kazak, the lawyer of Maryja Kalesnikava.
Aliaksandr Vouk, a judge of the Savetski district court of Minsk. Considered the cases of the demonstrators. In particular, he announced the verdict in the criminal case of sisters Anastasia and Victoryja Mirontsavas.
Volha Niaborskaya, a judge of the Kastrychnitski district court of Minsk, who considered the case of Safia Malashevich and Tsikhan Klukach.
Maryna Zapasnik, Deputy Chair of the Leninski district court of Minsk. Sentences: Uladzislau Zianevich, Volha Paulava, Volha Klaskouskaya, Viktar Barushka, Siarhei Ratkevich, Aliaksandr Charvinski, Andrei Hrankou, student Viktar Aktystau, minor Maksim Babich.
Maksim Filatau, a judge in Lida, Hrodna region, who tried, in particular, Vitold Ashurak.
Andrei Hrushko, a judge of the Leninski district court of Brest, who considered the case of the second group of defendants in the mass riots in Brest.
Dzmitry Hora, Chairman of the Investigatory Committee.
Aliaksei Stuk, Deputy Prosecutor General.
Henadz Dysko, Deputy Prosecutor General.
Officials, functionaries, businessmen
Maksim Ryzhankou, the first deputy head of the Lukashenka’s Administration.
Dzmitry Lukashenka, a businessman, head of the Lukashenka sports club.
Lilia Lukashenka, a business woman, wife of Viktar Lukashenka, director of an art gallery. She is associated with such companies as Dana Holdings / Dana Astra, Belkhudozhpromysly concern, Eastleigh trading Ltd.
Valer Ivankovich, general director at MAZ.
Aliaksandr Shatrou, a businessman, director of Synesis.
Siarhei Tsiatseryn, a businessman, owner of BELGLOBALSTART, co-owner of VIBEL. Head of the Belarusian Tennis Federation.
Mikhail Gutseriev, a Russian businessman with interests in Belarus, the owner of Safmar, Slavkali, Slavneft.
Aliaksei Aleksin, a businessman, co-owner of the Bremino Group. Has business interests in the oil, energy, real estate, logistics, and tobacco industries.
Aliaksandr Zaitsau, a businessman, co-owner of Bremino Group and Sohra Group. Former assistant to Viktar Lukashenka. His company was granted the right to export products of state-owned enterprises (tractors, trucks) to the Persian Gulf and African countries.
The so-called deputies
Sviatlana Lyubetskaya, responsible for the adoption of the new Code of Administrative Offenses.
Aliaksei Yahorau, responsible for the adoption of the new Code of Administrative Offenses.
Aliaksandr Amelyanyuk, responsible for the adoption of the new Code of Administrative Offenses.
Henadz Davydzka, Head of the Committee on Human Rights, National Relations and the Media.
Andrei Mukavozchyk, a political observer for Belarus Today.
Siarhei Husachenka, Deputy Head of Belteleradiocompany.
Volha Chamadanava, an official representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
The EU has also introduced sanctions against legal entities: Beltechexport, Dana Holdings / Dana Astra, Administrative Department of the President of Belarus, Synesis, AGAT - Electromechanical Plant, 140th Repair Plant, and Minsk Wheeled Tractor Plant.