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MOSCOW, June 8 (Itar-Tass) - The lawyers, who are working with leader of Civil Platform, Mikhail Prokhorov, may offer their conclusion on the businessman’s foreign assets early next week, the party’s press secretary Tatyana Kosobokova said on Saturday.
The lawyers are considering several variants “to make the assets comply with the new law,” she said. “The final conclusion is not here yet, and we are expecting it early next week.”
She added, as soon as the lawyers announce their ideas, the country will make a decision regarding its candidature for the early election of Moscow’s mayor due on September 8.
Earlier on Saturday, head of the State Duma’s committee on security Irina Yarovaya said trust management of foreign financial management is prohibited by the law. A businessman will have “either to bring the assets inside the country, or to sell them,” she said.