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The idea is not a permanent confiscation by the British government, but to explore other legal options. Michael Cove, a member of the government of Boris Johnson, who owns the housing department, announced his intention to use the homes of Russian oligarchs allowed in the UK to welcome Ukrainian refugees.
The reports were released on Sunday morning An interview with the BBC. “I would like to explore an option to allow the use of permitted persons’ homes and property for humanitarian purposes,” the official explained. Despite revealing this intent, Covey said there were legal impediments to certain government actions and that he was not talking about “permanent seizures.”
“What we are saying is, ‘If it’s allowed, it’s in favor of Putin, if this house is here [Reino Unido], Then you have no right to use it or make a profit. If we use this to help others, we will. Covey, however, did not elaborate on what legal means could be used, but said the UK was exploring how to strengthen measures to prevent Russian oligarchs from selling their UK assets.
“If your wealth and influence are used in favor of Putin, you have to bear the consequences, depending on what he does.”
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