Anton Ivanavich Luckiewich (Belarusian: Антон Іванавіч Луцкевіч, Russian: Анто́н Ива́нович Луцке́вич, Polish: Antoni Łuckiewicz; 1884 – 1942?) was a Belarusian publisher, journalist, literary critic, historian and politician. He served as the Prime Minister of Belarus in 1918.
He was born on 29 January 1884 in Šiauliai, in the Kovno Governorate (present-day Lithuania) to a Belarusian family. His brother Ivan Luckevich was also a politician. He began working in journalism, such as history, publishing and critics. He was raised as a Roman Catholic.
The Belarusian People's Republic was short-lived. In 1920, Luckievich settled in Vilnius, then in Poland, where he worked as a secondary school teacher and newspaper publisher. He remained active politically until 1933.
- Roszkowski, Wojciech; Kofman, Jan (8 July 2016). Biographical Dictionary of Central and Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century. Routledge. pp. 597–598.