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    Baghdad needs more than one million housing units to solve the housing crisis

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    Baghdad needs more than one million housing units to solve the housing crisis Empty Baghdad needs more than one million housing units to solve the housing crisis

    Post by Rocky Sun 29 Oct 2017, 8:04 am

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    Baghdad needs more than one million housing units to solve the housing crisis


     Baghdad / Star Ghazi 

    Baghdad Governorate Council revealed the need of citizens in the capital to one million housing units to solve the housing crisis that they suffer for more than 13 years. He pointed out that rich families prefer to rent their role and live in informal settlements. The Committee on Housing and Parliamentary Services called on the local government to invest And the introduction of specialized companies to provide housing and vertical and horizontal.
     A member of the reconstruction committee in the Baghdad Provincial Council, Adel al-Saadi, told "Al-Mada" that "the province of Baghdad is facing major crises in solving the problem of housing for citizens," noting that "Baghdad is different from the central and southern provinces as it is safe but the capital is still witnessing some bombings .
    Al-Saadi added that "the population census of the province of Baghdad more than 6 million people," pointing out that "the capital needs more than one million housing units to solve this problem and the removal of families living in informal settlements." 
    "The federal government did not support the local government of the province of Baghdad," he said, adding that "the federal government did not spend any petro-dollar to solve the problem of housing, adding that the federal government only pay salaries of employees and left poor families go beyond state property." 
    "The districts and districts in Baghdad have a lot of land plots, but the local government can not dispose of these lands being owned by several ministries, including agriculture, municipalities, housing and finance."
    In turn, the head of the parliamentary reconstruction committee, Nazem al-Saadi, told "Al-Mada" that "the province of Baghdad to go to domestic and foreign investment and the introduction of specialized companies to solve the problem of housing in the province," noting that "the federal government can not pay any allocations in this period to provide Housing for citizens ". 
    Al-Saadi pointed out that "the federal government is preoccupied with its war with terrorism and the disposal of large sums of money," adding that "companies investing to provide housing units are at their own expense without burdening the state budget and the province of Baghdad." "It is possible through the investment law to provide the necessary land for executing companies in coordination with investors and the local government of the province of Baghdad and the relevant ministries 
    ."
    "There are a lot of citizens who have a real estate role in their name and they are competing with the oppressors and the oppressed on the random land," Baghdad Provincial Council member Mahdya Hassan said in an interview with Al-Mada. 
    She explained Hassan, "Many citizens have homes in their names to be leased and then live in slums to compete with the excesses and the oppressed to own land of random land." 
    Hassan added that "the provincial council suggested to the local government to form a committee representing the real estate registration and this committee will choose the screening citizen who exceeded the citizen who owns a house in his name and came to live in slums." 
    She added that "sorting will be through the ration card to see displaced families and displaced families who own real estate by their names."



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