The Chinese mainland will punish the stubborn secessionists who engage in seeking "Taiwan independence" in a blacklist in accordance with the law, Zhu Fenglian, a spokeswoman of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, said in a statement.
Su Tseng-chang, head of Taiwan's executive body, Yu Shyi-kun, who is in charge of the local "legislature" in Taiwan and Joseph Wu Jau-shieh, the island's leader of external affairs are included in the list, according to the statement on Friday.
Zhu said, for some time, a very small number of stubborn "Taiwan independence" secessionists have been inciting cross-Straits confrontation, maliciously attacking and slandering the mainland and colluding with foreign forces to split the country.
"They have seriously undermined cross-Straits relations, peace and stability in the Taiwan Straits, and the common interests of compatriots on both sides of the Straits and the fundamental interests of the Chinese nation," she said.
The punitive measures include banning the Taiwan secessionists and their family from entering the mainland and the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions, Zhu said.
Organizations related to them shall be restricted from cooperating with organizations and individuals on the mainland, and enterprises related to them and their financial backers are not allowed to make profits on the mainland, she said.
Zhu warned the secessionists and said, "Those who forget their ancestors, betray the motherland or split the country will never come to a good end and will surely be spurned by the people and judged by history."
The mainland will pursue criminal responsibility for the secessionists in accordance with the law, and they will be held accountable for life, she said.