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Council Implementing Regulation (EU) No 170/2012 of 28 February 2012 implementing Article 8a(1) of Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 concerning restrictive measures in respect of Belarus

OJ L 55, 29.2.2012, p. 1–13 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

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29.2.2012   

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Official Journal of the European Union

L 55/1


COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) No 170/2012

of 28 February 2012

implementing Article 8a(1) of Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 concerning restrictive measures in respect of Belarus

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 (1), and in particular Article 8a(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

On 18 May 2006, the Council adopted Regulation (EC) No 765/2006.

(2)

In view of the gravity of the situation in Belarus, certain persons should be included in the list of natural and legal persons, entities and bodies subject to restrictive measures as set out in Annex IB to Regulation (EC) No 765/2006.

(3)

The information relating to persons on the list in Annex IA to Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 should be updated.

(4)

Annexes IA and IB to Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 should be amended accordingly,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

In Annex IA to Regulation (EC) No 765/2006, the entries for the following persons:

1.

Khadanevich, Aliaksandr Alyaksandrauvich

2.

Pykina, Natallia

3.

Saikouski, Uladzimir

4.

Chubkavets, Kiril

5.

Khrobastau, Uladzimir Ivanavich

6.

Shylko, Alena Mikalaeuna

7.

Stsiapurka, Uladzimir Mikhailavich

shall be replaced by the entries set out in Annex I to this Regulation.

Article 2

The text in Annex IB to Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 shall be replaced by the text as set out in in Annex II to this Regulation.

Article 3

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 28 February 2012.

For the Council

The President

N. WAMMEN


(1)   OJ L 134, 20.5.2006, p. 1.


ANNEX I

Persons referred to in Article 1

 

Names

Transcription of Belarusian spelling

Transcription of Russian spelling

Names

(Belarusian spelling)

Names

(Russian spelling)

Place and date of birth

Position

1.

Khadanovich, Aliaksandr Alyaksandrauvich

Khodanovich, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich

Хадановiч Аляксандр Аляксандравiч

Хoданович Александр Александрович

 

Judge at the Central Rayon Court of the city of Minsk

2.

Pykina, Natallia Mikhailauna

Pykina, Natalia Mikhailauna

Pikina, Natalia Mikhailovna

(Pykina, Natalya Mikhailovna)

Пыкiна Наталля Мiхайлаўна

Пыкина Наталья Михайловна

Date of birth: 20.4.1971.

Place of birth: Rakov

Judge of the Partizanski District Court dealing with Likhovid's case. She sentenced Mr. Likhovid, an activist of "The Movement for Freedom", to three-and-a-half years in prison of strict regime.

3.

Saikouski Valeri Yosifavich

Saikovski Valeri Yosifovich

Сайкоўскi

Валерый Iосiфавiч

Сайковский Валерий Иосифович

Address: Department of law of administration of Pervomaysky district Chornogo K. 5 office 417

Tel.: +375 17 2800264

As Public Prosecutor of the Pervomaiski District Court of Minsk, he dealt with the trial of Ales Byalyatski, one of the most prominent human rights defenders, Chief of the Belarusian HR Centre "Vyasna", Vice President of FIDH. The accusation presented by the prosecutor in the trial had a clear and imminent political motivation and was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.

Byalyatski was active in defending and providing assistance to those who suffered from repression in relation to the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition. In January 2012, appointed the Deputy Head of Minsk Division of the Investigation Committee.

4.

Chubkavets Kiril

Chubkovets Kirill

Чубкавец Кiрыл

Чубковец Кирилл

 

Public prosecutor of the case against ex-presidential candidates Nikolai Statkevich and Dmitri Uss, as well as political and civil society activists Andrei Pozniak, Aleksandr Klaskovski, Aleksandr Kvetkevich, Artiom Gribkov and Dmitri Bulanov. The accusation presented by him had a clear political motivation and it was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure. It was based on a wrongful classification of the events of 19 December 2010, not sustained by evidence, proofs and testimonies of witnesses.

State prosecutor who opposed the appeal of Ales Byalyatski regarding the sentence imposed on him by the Pervomaiski District Court of Minsk even though Byalyatski's trial was conducted in a way that was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.

Byalyatski was active in defending and providing assistance to those who suffered from repression in relation to the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition.

5.

Khrobastau, Uladzimir Ivanavich

Khrobostov, Vladimir Ivanovich

Хробастаў Уладзiмiр Iванавiч

Хробостов Владимир Иванович

 

Judge of the City Court of Minsk. He dismissed (as associate judge) the appeal against the sentence of the political activist Vasili Parfenkov. The trial was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.

On 24 January 2012 rejected the appeal of Ales Byalyatski regarding the sentence imposed on him by the Pervomaiski District Court of Minsk even though Byalyatski's trial was conducted in a way that was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.

Byalyatski was active in defending and providing assistance to those who suffered from repression in relation to the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition.

6.

Shylko, Alena Mikalaeuna

Shilko, Elena Nikolaevna

(Shilko, Yelena Nikolaevna)

Шылько Алена Мiкалаеўна

Шилько Елена Николаевна

 

Judge at the Moskovski Rayon Court of the city of Minsk.

On 24 January 2012 rejected the appeal of Ales Byalyatski regarding the sentence imposed on him by the Pervomaiski District Court of Minsk even though Byalyatski's trial was conducted in a way that was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.

Byalyatski was active in defending and providing assistance to those who suffered from repression in relation to the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition.

7.

Stsiapurka, Uladzimir Mikhailavich

Stepurko, Vladimir Mikhailovich

Сцяпурка Уладзiмiр Мiхайлавiч

Степурко Владимир Михайлович

 

Judge of the City Court of Minsk. He dismissed (as chief judge) the appeals against the sentences of political and civil society activists Irina Khalip, Sergei Martselev, Pavel Severinets, Dmitri Bondarenko, Dmitri Doronin, Sergei Kazakov, Vladimir Loban, Vitali Matsukevich, Evgeni Sekret and Oleg Fedorkevich. These trials were a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.

On 24 January 2012 rejected the appeal of Ales Byalyatski regarding the sentence imposed on him by the Pervomaiski District Court of Minsk even though Byalyatski's trial was conducted in a way that was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.

Byalyatski was active in defending and providing assistance to those who suffered from repression in relation to the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition.


ANNEX II

List of natural or legal persons referred to in Article 2(6)

Persons

 

Names

Transcription of Belarusian spelling

Transcription of Russian spelling

Names

(Belarusian spelling)

Names

(Russian spelling)

Place and date of birth

Position

1.

Barsukou, Aliaksandr Piatrovich

Barsukov, Aleksandr Petrovich

Барсукоў Аляксандр Пятровiч

Барсуков Александр Петрович

 

Colonel, Chief of Minsk police. Since his appointment as Minsk police chief on October 21, 2011 he has been responsible, as commander, for the repression of approximately a dozen peaceful protesters in Minsk, who were later convicted for breaking the law on mass events. For several years he commanded police action against street protests of the opposition.

2.

Putsyla, Uladzimir Ryhoravich

(Putsila, Uladzimir Ryhoravich)

Putsilo, Vladimir Grigorievich

(Putsilo, Vladimir Grigoryevich)

Пуцыла Уладзiмiр Рыгоравiч

(Пуцiла Уладзiмiр Рыгоравiч)

Пуцило Владимир Григорьевич

 

Chairman of the City Court of Minsk as last resort supervising the verdicts (delivered by the court of the first instance and confirmed by the court of appeal) in the case of internationally recognized political prisoner Pavel Severinets (the co-chairman of the organizing committee to create Belarusian Christian Democracy party and campaign's manager for 2010 presidential candidate Vital Rymashevski) and in the case of former poltical prisoner Aleksandr Otroshchenkov (press secretary of the 2010 presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov). He denied the judicial plaint against these verdicts clearly violating the Code of Penal Procedure.

3.

Valchkova, Maryiana Leanidauna

(Valchkova, Maryana Leanidauna)

Volchkova, Marianna Leonidovna

Валчкова Марыяна Леанiдаўна

Волчкова Марианна Леонидовна

 

Judge at Partizanski District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 07. 07, Lelikaw Andrey, 7 days in prison;

b)

2011. 07. 07, Lapatsik Yawhen, punishment unknown;

c)

2011. 07. 07, Syarheyew Uladzimir, 11 days in prison;

d)

2011. 07. 04, Stsepanenka Alyaksandr, 5 days in prison;

e)

2011. 07. 04, Plyuto Tatsyana, 20 daily base units (700 000  BLR);

f)

2011. 06. 23, Kanaplyannik Syarhey, 20 daily base units (700 000  BLR);

g)

2010. 12. 20, Furman Viktar, 11 days in prison;

h)

2010. 12. 20, Astashow Anton, 11 days in prison;

i)

2010. 12. 20, Navumava Valyantsina, 11 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

4.

Reliava, Aksana Anatolyeuna

(Raliava Aksana Anatolyeuna

Relyava, Aksana Anatolieuna

Ralyava, Aksana Anatolieuna)

Reliavo, Oksana Anatolyevna

(Relyavo, Oxana Anatolievna)

Рэлява Аксана Анатольеўна

(Рaлява Аксана Анатольеўна)

Реляво Оксана Анатольевна

 

Judge at Sovetski District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 06. 23, Khalyezin Yuri, 20 daily base units (700 000  BLR);

b)

2011. 06. 23, Rutski Alyaksandr, 20 daily base units (700 000  BLR);

c)

2011. 03. 28, Ivashkevich Viktar, 10 days in prison;

d)

2010. 12. 21, Asmanaw Arsen,15 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Kudlayew Alyaksandr, 30 daily base units;

f)

2010. 12. 20, Tryputsin Vitaut, 15 days in prison;

g)

2010. 12. 20, Assipenka Andrey, 15 days in prison;

h)

2010. 12. 20, Ardabatski Dzyanis, 15 days in prison;

i)

2010. 12. 20, Kazlowski Andrey, 15 days in prison and 1 050 000  BLR.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

5.

Khvainitskaya, Zhanna Anatolyeuna

(Khvainitskaia, Zhanna Anatolieuna)

Khvoinitskaya, Zhanna Anatolyevna

(Khvoinitskaia, Zhanna Anatolievna)

Хвайнiцкая Жанна Анатольеўна

Хвойницкая Жанна Анатольевна

 

Judge at Zavodskoi District Court of Minsk. She fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2010. 12. 20, Makarenka Adam, 6 days in prison;

b)

2010. 12. 20, Bachyla Uladzimir, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

c)

2010. 12. 20, Kukalyew Syarhey,10 days in prison;

d)

2010. 12. 20, Astafyew Alyaksandr,10 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Yazerski Raman,10 days in prison;

f)

2010. 12. 20, Sapranyetskaya Darya,10 days in prison;

g)

2010. 12. 20, Aheyeva Iryna,10 days in prison;

h)

2010. 12. 20, Drahun Alyaksandr,10 days in prison;

i)

2010. 12. 20, Shambalava Tatsyana,10 days in prison;

j)

2010. 12. 20, Dzyemidzyuk Barys,10 days in prison;

k)

2010. 12. 20, Kassabuka Alyaksandr,10 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

6.

Mazouka, Anzhalika Mikhailauna

Mazovka, Anzhelika Mikhailovna

Мазоўка Анжалiка Мiхайлаўна

Мазовка Анжелика Михайловна

 

Judge at Sovetski District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 07. 14, Bussel Alyaksandr, 10 days in prison;

b)

2011. 07. 14, Krukowski Syarhey, 8 days in prison;

c)

2011. 07. 14, Kantsin Yahor, 10 days in prison;

d)

2011. 07. 07, Sukhanossik Vyachaslaw, 8 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 21, Nyanakhaw Andrey, 15 days in prison;

f)

2010. 12. 20, Myslivets Ihar, 15 days in prison;

g)

2010. 12. 20, Vilkin Alyaksey, 12 days in prison;

h)

2010. 12. 20, Kharitonaw Paval, 12 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

7.

Kochyk, Aliaksandr Vasilyevich

(Kochyk, Aliaksandr Vasilievich)

Kochik, Aleksandr Vasilyevich

(Kochik, Alexandr Vasilievich)

Кочык Аляксандр Васiльевiч

Кочик Александр Васильевич

 

Judge at Partizanski District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 he fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 07. 07, Revut Yawhen, 8 days in prison,

b)

2011. 07. 04, Nikitsenka Katsyaryna, 5 days in prison;

c)

2011. 06. 23, Kazak Zmitser, 28 daily base units (980 000  BLR);

d)

2010. 12. 20, Dzyezidzenka Dzianis, 12 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Navumovich Syarhey, 14 days in prison,

f)

2010. 12. 20, Kavalenka Wsevalad, 15 days in prison;

g)

2010. 12. 20, Tsupa Dzyanis,15 days in prison;

h)

2010. 12. 20, Makashyn Syarhey, 10 days in prison;

i)

2010. 12. 20, Zhakhavets Illya, 10 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

8.

Karovina, Natallia Uladzimirauna

(Karovina, Natallya Uladzimirauna)

Korovina, Natalia Vladimirovna

(Korovina, Natalya Vladimirovna)

Каровiна Наталля Уладзiмiраўна

Коровина Наталья Владимировна

 

Judge of Frunzenski District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 06. 30, Tsyareshchanka Uladzimir, 25 daily base units (875 000  BLR);

b)

2011. 06. 30, Sytsko Stefan, 10 days in prison;

c)

2011. 06. 30, Arapinovich Alyaksandr, 25 daily base units (875 000  BLR);

d)

2011. 06. 30, Yukhnowski Dzyanis, 25 daily base units (875 000  BLR);

e)

2011. 06. 30, Sarachuk Yulian, 25 daily base units (875 000  BLR);

f)

2011. 06. 23, Shewtsow Syarhey, 8 daily base units (280 000  BLR);

g)

2010. 12. 20, Vashkevich Alyaksandr, 10 days in prison;

h)

2010. 12. 20, Myadzvedz Lyeanid, 10 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

9.

Harbatouski, Yury Aliaksandravich

(Harbatouski, Iury Aliaksandravich)

Gorbatovski, Yuri Aleksandrovich

(Gorbatovski, Iuri Aleksandrovich;

Gorbatovski, Yuriy Alexandrovich)

Гарбатоўскi Юрый Аляксандравiч

Горбатовский Юрий Александрович

Date of birth: 15.05. 1969

Place of birth: Magde-burg

Passport number: MP 2935942

Judge at Pervomaiski District Court of Minsk. In 2010 he fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2010. 12. 20, Hubskaya Iryna, 10 days in prison;

b)

2010. 12. 20, Kaptsiuh Dzmitry, 10 days in prison;

c)

2010. 12. 20, Mikheyenka Yahor, 12 days in prison;

d)

2010. 12. 20, Burbo Andrey, 10 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Pushnarova Hanna, 10 days in prison;

f)

2010. 12. 20, Shepuraw Mikita, 15 days in prison;

g)

2010. 12. 20, Zadzyarkowski Andrey, 10 days in prison;

h)

2010. 12. 20, Yaromyenkaw Yawhen,10 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

10.

Liushtyk, Siarhei Anatolievich

(Lyushtyk, Siarhey Anatolyevich)

Liushtyk, Sergei Anatolievich

(Lyushtyk, Sergey Anatolyevich)

Люштык Сяргей Анатольевiч

Люштык Сергей Анатольевич

 

Judge at Pervomaiski District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 he fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 07. 14, Struy Vitali, 10 daily base units (35 000  BLR);

b)

2011. 07. 04, Shalamitski Paval, 10 days in prison;

c)

2010. 12. 20, Sikirytskaya Tatsyana, 10 days in prison;

d)

2010. 12. 20, Dranchuk Yuliya, 13 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Lapko Mikalay, 12 days in prison;

f)

2010. 12. 20, Pramatoraw Vadzim,12 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

11.

Yakunchykhin, Aliaksandr Anatolyevich

(Iakunchykhin, Aliaksandr Anatolievich)

Yakunchikhin, Aleksandr Anatolyevich

(Iakunchikhin, Alexandr Anatolievich)

Якунчыхiн Аляксандр Анатольевiч

Якунчихин Александр Анатольевич

 

Judge at Central District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 he fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 11. 17, Makayew Alyaksandr, 5 days in prison;

b)

2011. 07. 07, Tukay Illya, 12 days in prison;

c)

2011. 07. 07, Shapchyts Yawhen, 12 days in prison;

d)

2011. 01. 31, Kulakow Lyeanid, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

e)

2010. 12. 21, Yaromyenak Uladzimir, 15 days in prison;

f)

2010. 12. 20, Daroshka Alyaksey,12 days in prison;

g)

2010. 12. 20, Kakhno Herman, 12 days in prison;

h)

2010. 12. 20, Palyakow Vital, 15 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

12.

Zapasnik, Maryna Sviataslavauna

Zapasnik, Marina Sviatoslavovna

Запаснiк Марына Святаславаўна

Запасник Марина Святославовна

 

Judge at Leninski District Court of Minsk. In 2011 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 07. 18, Palyakow Vital, 12 days in prison;

b)

2011. 07. 07, Marozaw S., 10 days in prison,

c)

2011. 07. 07, Badrahin Alyaksandr, 10 days in prison,

d)

2011. 07. 07, Marozova S., 10 days in prison,

e)

2011. 07. 07, Varabey Alyaksandr, 15 days in prison;

f)

2011. 07. 04, Mazurenka Mikita, 10 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

13.

Dubinina, Zhanna Piatrouna

Dubinina, Zhanna Petrovna

Дубiнiна Жанна Пятроўна

Дубинина Жанна Петровна

 

Judge at Zavodskoi District Court of Minsk. In 2010 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2010. 12. 20, Hulyak Vital, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

b)

2010. 12. 20, Vaskabovich Lyudmila, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR),

c)

2010. 12. 20, Urywski Alyaksandr, 10 days in prison;

d)

2010. 12. 20, Stashulyonak Veranika, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

e)

2010. 12. 20, Say Syarhey, 10 days in prison;

f)

2010. 12. 20, Maksimenka Hastassya, 10 days in prison;

g)

2010. 12. 20, Nikitarovich Yuliya, 10 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

14.

Krasouskaya, Zinaida Uladzimirauna

(Krasouskaia, Zinaida Uladzimirauna)

Krasovskaya, Zinaida Vladimirovna

(Krasovskaia, Zinaida Vladimirovna)

Красоўская Зiнаiда Уладзiмiраўна

Красовская Зинаида Владимировна

 

Judge at Leninski District Court of Minsk. In 2010 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2010. 12. 20, Krawchuk Volha, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

b)

2010. 12. 20, Charukhina Hanna, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

c)

2010. 12. 20, Dubovik Alena, 15 days in prison;

d)

2010. 12. 20, Boldzina Alena, 12 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Syrakvash Andrey, 15 days in prison;

f)

2010. 12. 20, Klimko Nastassiya, 12 days in prison;

g)

2010. 12. 20, Kuwshinaw Viktar, 15 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

15.

Hermanovich, Siarhei Mikhailavich

Germanovich, Sergei Mikhailovich

(Germanovich, Sergey Mikhailovich)

Германовiч Сяргей Мiхайлавiч

Германович Сергей Михайлович

 

Judge at Oktiabrski District Court of Minsk. In 2010 he fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2010. 12. 20, Sidarevich Katsyaryna, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

b)

2010. 12. 20, Lyskavets Paval, 15 days in prison;

c)

2010. 12. 20, Sachylka Syarhey, 15 days in prison;

d)

2010. 12. 20, Krawtsow Dzianis, 10 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Vyarbitski Uladzimir, 15 days in prison;

f)

2010. 12. 20, Newdakh Maksim, 15 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

16.

Svistunova, Valiantsina Mikalaeuna

(Svistunova, Valyantsina Mikalayeuna)

Svistunova, Valentina Nikolaevna

(Svistunova, Valentina Nikolayevna)

Свiстунова Валянцiна Мiкалаеўна

Свистунова Валентина Николаевна

 

Judge at Central District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 07. 21, Bandarenka Volha,10 days in prison;

b)

2011. 07. 21, Ruskaya Volha, 11 days in prison;

c)

2010. 12. 20, Marchyk Stanislaw, 15 days in prison;

d)

2010. 12. 20, Stanchyk Alyaksandr, 10 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Anyankow Syarhey, 10 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

17.

Sheiko, Ina Valerieuna

(Shaiko, Ina Valerieuna

Sheyko, Ina Valerieuna)

Sheyko, Inna Valerievna

(Sheiko, Inna Valeryevna)

Шэйко Iна Валер’еўна

(Шaйко Iна Валер’еўна)

Шейко Инна Валерьевна

 

Judge at Central District Court of Minsk. In 2011 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 07. 21, Shapavalaw Paval, 12 days in prison;

b)

2011. 07. 21, Ivanyuk Yawhen, 12 days in prison;

c)

2011. 07. 14, Khadzinski Paval, 25 daily base units (875 000  BLR);

d)

2011. 06. 23, Sudnik Andrey, 25 daily base units (875 000  BLR);

e)

2011. 06. 23, Yatskow Usevalad, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

f)

2011. 04. 28, Kudlaew Alyaksandr, 50 daily base units (1 750 000  BLR).

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

18.

Lapo, Liudmila Ivanauna

(Lapo, Lyudmila Ivanauna;

Lapo, Ludmila Ivanauna)

Lappo, Ludmila Ivanovna

(Lappo, Liudmila Ivanovna;

Lappo, Lyudmila Ivanovna)

Лапо Людмiла Iванаўна

Лаппо Людмила Ивановна

 

Judge at Frunzenski District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 07. 07, Melyanets Mikalay, 10 days in prison;

b)

2011. 06. 30, Shastseryk Uladzimir, 10 days in prison;

c)

2011. 06. 30, Zyakaw Eryk, 10 days in prison;

d)

2011. 04. 25, Grynman Nastassiya, 25 daily base units (875 000  BLR);

e)

2010. 12. 20, Nikishyn Dzmitry,11 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

19.

Barysionak, Anatol Uladzimiravich

(Barysyonak, Anatol Uladzimiravic)

Borisenok, Anatoli Vladimirovich

(Borisenok, Anatoli Vladimirovich;

Borisionok, Anatoli Vladimirovich;

Borisyonok, Anatoliy Vladimirovich)

Барысёнак Анатоль Уладзiмiравiч

Борисенок Анатолий Владимирович

 

Judge at Partizanski District Court of Minsk. In 2010-2011 he fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2011. 06. 23, Belush Zmitser, 20 daily base units (700 000  BLR);

b)

2010. 12. 20, Zhawnyak Ihar, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

c)

2010. 12. 20, Nyestser Aleh, 10 days in prison,

d)

2010. 12. 20, Trybushewski Kiryl, 10 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Murashkevich Vyachaslaw, 10 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

20.

Yuferytsyn, Dzmitry Viktaravich

(Iuferytsyn, Dzmitry Viktaravich)

Yuferitsyn, Dmitri (Dmitry) Viktorovich

(Yuferitsin, Dmitri Viktorovich;

Iuferitsyn, Dmitry Viktorovich)

Юферыцын Дзмiтрый Вiктаравiч

Юферицын Дмитрий Викторович

 

Judge at Leninski District Court of Minsk. In 2010 he fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to fines and prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2010. 12. 20, Charukhin Kanstantsin, 30 daily base units (1 050 000  BLR);

b)

2010. 12. 20, Yarmola Mikalay, 15 days in prison;

c)

2010. 12. 20, Halka Dzmitry, 10 days in prison;

d)

2010. 12. 20, Navumaw Viktar, 12 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Haldzenka Anatol, 10 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms and large fines against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.

21.

Ziankevich, Valiantsina Mikalaeuna

(Zyankevich, Valyantsina Mikalayeuna)

Zenkevich, Valentina Nikolaevna

Зянькевiч Валянцiна Мiкалаеўна

Зенькевич Валентина Николаевна

 

Judge of Leninski District Court of Minsk. In 2010 she fined or sentenced representatives of civil society for their peaceful protests to prison sentences in the following cases:

a)

2010. 12. 20, Yarmolaw Yahor, 12 days in prison;

b)

2010. 12. 20, Palubok Alyaksandr, 15 days in prison;

c)

2010. 12. 20, Mikhalkin Zakhar, 10 days in prison;

d)

2010. 10. 20, Smalak Syarhey, 15 days in prison;

e)

2010. 12. 20, Vassilewski Alyaksandr, 15 days in prison.

Repeatedly imposed prison terms against those involved in peaceful protests and as a result bears responsibility for the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Belarus.


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