Sanctions Response to the Murder of Alexei Navalny

June 03, 2024

The Anti-Corruption Foundation has prepared lists of individuals who should be sanctioned in response to the murder of Alexei Navalny. These "Navalny Lists 50" have been sent to the U.S. Department of State, the UK Foreign Office, and relevant ministries in several European countries.

The lists include the names of those valuable to Vladimir Putin and essential to his criminal regime. Sanctions against them will pay tribute to Alexei Navalny's fight against the corruption that gave rise to this regime.

We have included three categories in the lists: people from Vladimir Putin's closest circle, whose fate concerns the dictator, such as his relatives and asset holders; oligarchs who ensure a luxurious lifestyle for Putin's closest associates; and subjects of Alexei Navalny's anti-corruption investigations.

All of these individuals are crucial parts of Putin's regime, and imposing sanctions on them will pay tribute to Russia's foremost anti-corruption fighter.

Here you can view the lists for the United States, the United Kingdom, and the European Union.

And here is a template that you can send to your country's foreign ministry and national or European parliament members. Mass citizen appeals will expedite the review of the lists.


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