24.5.2011   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 136/48


COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) No 505/2011

of 23 May 2011

implementing Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 concerning restrictive measures against President Lukashenko and certain officials 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 of 18 May 2006 concerning restrictive measures against President Lukashenko and certain officials of Belarus (1), and in particular Article 8a(1) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

On 18 May 2006, the Council adopted Regulation (EC) No 765/2006 concerning restrictive measures against President Lukashenko and certain officials of Belarus.

(2)

In view of the gravity of the situation in Belarus and in accordance with Council Implementing Decision 2011/301/CFSP of 23 May 2011 implementing Decision 2010/639/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against certain officials of Belarus (2), additional persons should be included in the lists of persons subject to restrictive measures as set out in Annex IA to Regulation (EC) No 765/2006,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

The persons listed in the Annex to this Regulation shall be added to the list set out in Annex IA to Regulation (EC) No 765/2006.

Article 2

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, 23 May 2011.

For the Council

The President

C. ASHTON


(1)  OJ L 134, 20.5.2006, p. 1.

(2)  See page 87 of this Official Journal.


ANNEX

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.

Shykarou, Uladzislau

Shikarov, Vladislav

Шыкароў Уладзiслаў

Шикаров Владислав

 

Judge of the Zheleznodorozhny District Court of Vitebsk. He sentenced several protesters during the appeal trial, despite the fact that they were not found guilty by the Court of First Instance.

2.

Merkul, Natallia Viktarauna

Merkul, Natalia Viktorovna

(Merkul, Natalya Viktorovna)

Меркуль Наталля Вiктараўна

Меркуль Наталья Викторовна

Date of birth:

13.11.1964

Director of the Secondary School in Talkov City, Pukhovichi District. On 27 January 2011 she fired Natalia Ilinich, a highly regarded teacher of the secondary school for her political views and for her participation at the 19 December 2010 events.

3.

Akulich, Sviatlana Rastsislavauna

Okulich, Svetlana Rostislavovna

Акулiч Святлана Расцiславаўна

Окулич Светлана Ростиславовна

Date of birth:

27.8.1948 or 1949

Judge of the Pukhovichi District Court. She unlawfully rejected the motion of Natalia Ilinich to restore her position as teacher of the Secondary School in Talkov City.

4.

Pykina, Natallia

Pykina, Natalia

(Pykina, Natalya)

Пыкiна Наталля

Пыкина Наталья

 

Judge of the Partizanski District Court dealing with Likhovid’s case. She sentenced Mr. Likhovid, an activist of ‘The Movement for Freedom’, to 3 and a half year in prison of strict regime.

5.

Mazouka, Siarhei

Mazovka, Sergei

(Mazovko, Sergey)

Мазоўка Сяргей

Мазовка Сергей/Мазовко Сергей

 

Prosecutor of the Dashkevich-Lobov case. Dmitri Dashkevich and Eduard Lobov, activists of the Young Front, were sentenced to several years of imprisonment for ‘hooliganism’. The real reason for their imprisonment was that both actively participated in the electoral campaign in December 2010, supporting one of the candidates of the opposition.

6.

Aliaksandrau, Dzmitry Piatrovich

Aleksandrov, Dmitri Petrovich

Аляксандраў Дзмiтрый Пятровiч

Александров Дмитрий Петрович

 

Judge of the Supreme Economic Court. He sustained the ban of the independent ‘Autoradio’ station. (The ‘Autoradio’ was banned for ‘having broadcasted calls for mass disturbances during the presidential campaign in December 2010’. Upon a contract in force, the radio was transmitting the electoral program of Mr. Sannikov, one of the opposition candidates, saying ‘the future will be decided not in the kitchens, but on the square!’).

7.

Vakulchyk, Valery

Vakulchik, Valeri

Вакульчык Валерый

Вакульчик Валерий

 

Chief of the Analytical Center of the Presidential Administration, responsible for telecommunication, including monitoring, filtering, bugging, controlling and intervening different communication channels, for example the internet.

8.

Chatviartkova, Natallia

Chetvertkova, Natalia

(Chetvertkova, Natalya)

Чатвярткова Наталля

Четверткова Наталья

 

Judge of the Partizanski District Court of Minsk. She dealt with the trial of ex presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov, civil society activist Ilia Vasilevich, Fedor Mirzoianov, Oleg Gnedchik and Vladimir Yeriomenok. Her way of conducting the trial is a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure. She sustained the use of evidences and testimonies irrelevant to the accused persons against them.

9.

Bulash, Ala

Bulash, Alla

Булаш Ала

Булаш Алла

 

Judge of the Oktiabrski (Kastrichnitski) District Court of Minsk. She dealt with the case of Pavel Vinogradov, Dmitri Drozd, Ales Kirkevich, Andrei Protasenia, Vladimir Homichenko. Her way of conducting the trial is a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure. She sustained the use of evidences and testimonies irrelevant to the accused persons against them.

10.

Barovski Aliaksandr Genadzevich

Borovski Aleksandr Gennadievich

Бароўскi Аляксандр Генадзевiч

Боровский Александр Геннадиевич

 

Public Prosecutor of the Oktiabrski (Kastrichnitski) District Court of Minsk. He dealt with the case of Pavel Vinogradov, Dmitri Drozd, Ales Kirkevich, Vladimir Homichenko. The accusation presented by him has a clear and imminent political motivation and it is a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure. It is based on wrong classification of the events of 19th December 2010, not sustained by evidences, proofs and testimonies of witnesses.

11.

Simanouski Dmitri Valerevich

Simanovski Dmitri Valerievich

Сiманоўскi Дмiтрый Валер’евiч

Симановский Дмитрий Валериевич

 

Public Prosecutor of the Pervomaiski District Court of Minsk. He dealt with the case of Dmitri Bondarenko. The accusation presented by him has a clear and imminent political motivation and it is a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure. It is based on wrong classification of the events of 19th December 2010, not sustained by evidences, proofs and testimonies of witnesses.

12.

Brysina, Zhanna

Brysina, Zhanna

(Brisina, Zhanna)

Брысiна Жанна

Брысина Жанна/Брисина Жанна

 

Judge of the Zavodskoi District Court of Minsk dealing with the case of Khalip Irina, Martselev Sergei, Severinets Pavel, outstanding civil society representatives. Her way of conducting the trial is a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure. She sustained the use of evidences and testimonies irrelevant to the accused persons against them.

13.

Zhukovski, Sergei Konstantynovych

Жукоўскi Сяргей Канстанцiнавiч

Жуковский, Сергей Константинович

 

Public Prosecutor of the Zavodskoi District Court of Minsk dealing with the case of Khalip Irina, Martselev Sergei, Severinets Pavel, outstanding civil society representatives. The accusation presented by him has a clear and imminent political motivation and it is a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure. It is based on wrong classification of the events of 19th December 2010, not sustained by evidences, proofs and testimonies of witnesses.