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    THE HOUSING CRISIS .. FEW SOLUTIONS TO GREAT SUFFERING

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    Post by rocky Sun 25 Aug 2019, 3:24 am

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    The housing crisis is one of the most inherent and most influential crises in the Iraqi society. Elusive for many Iraqis, especially those in the prime of marital life, to have two options either House rent break the back of the head of the family or in slums (bypass).
    The crisis was raised in the Iraqi parliament, and MP Alaa Al-Rubaie revealed in a press statement, that "the House of Representatives discussed one of the most important issues suffered by the citizen and the Iraqi state, which is the issue of housing crisis, which has not been resolved for more than twenty years and did not discuss in a real way, and there is no A vision for the Iraqi state. "
    He added that "the parliament discussed the crisis that produced 3 thousand informal areas in Iraq, including 1022 in Baghdad, 700 in Basra, 300 in Kirkuk, as well as in the rest of the province, and the crisis was discussed in parliament to discuss objective mechanisms and results close to the solution, including the formation of the Housing Committee, And demanding that the government form an independent housing authority. "
    Assistant Director General of the Department of Housing of the Ministry of Construction and Housing Zuhair Kazem Odeh, "Statistics indicate that the need to build housing units ranging between 2-3 million units, and because the size of the annual need according to the population increase is one million and a few million people, which means we need 100 to 150 thousand housing units annually to keep pace with the growing population, while he pointed out that the proportion of slums amounted to more than 7%.
    He added, "The Department has a study on land as it was determined the amounts of money we need and the size of land required to solve the problem, but what we need from the financial allocations according to the costs approved in our department or in the ministry (government funding) is 100 trillion dinars and this is difficult to collect, so it must be We have to look for innovative solutions. "
    Member of the Parliamentary Services and Reconstruction Committee, Hassan Salem, explained that "the population is increasing very rapidly, and that the crisis is exacerbated by the lack of proper planning, which deprives citizens of adequate housing, especially after many cities have turned into slums and the government is supposed to distribute land to the poor and needy who Many of them resorted to seizing state land and agricultural and empty spaces, turning it into random housing or bypassing as defined locally.
    As for the solution, Salem explains that it is the activation of the law enacted by the Parliament to sell land that live indiscriminately or lease to its residents, provided that they turn into regular neighborhoods, in addition to the inventory of state land and distribution to citizens in need of housing, and the state to grant loans to the needy for the purpose of construction, And go to the vertical building that can provide housing for large numbers of Iraqis.
    He pointed out that the local housing projects have been subject to investment, and most of the poor families do not have the ability to buy apartments, it is assumed that the state to build housing units and sell them in installments, especially since most of the families split into three or four parts, he said.
    "There are no government plans to deal with this worsening crisis, despite the existence of an investment law that could have been used to solve it but it is ineffective," said economist Hammam Shammaa. And pay for their projects. "
    Housing projects have not solved the crisis either. There is considerable controversy over the Bismayah project, which is the largest in Iraq, which the state has done and which has not been accomplished by investment companies. It has not been completed yet. The annual population growth rate is about 3%.
    He believes that the government should move to achieve security and political stability so that investment companies can work in a safe and stable atmosphere, and the adoption of a funding law, which is lacking in Iraq today.
    Observers see the number of attempts by successive Iraqi governments to resolve the housing crisis, three attempts, since 2003 and so far, all of which did not result in any solutions, and these attempts varied between the opening of financial loans to citizens known as housing loans, and the provision of building materials at subsidized prices, and the distribution of residential land The area ranges between 200 and 250 meters on different segments of citizens.


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