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    Planning {For Euphrates News}: The population gap is large, and Baghdad is one of the capitals with

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    Planning {For Euphrates News}: The population gap is large, and Baghdad is one of the capitals with  Empty Planning {For Euphrates News}: The population gap is large, and Baghdad is one of the capitals with

    Post by Rocky Mon 07 Jun 2021, 7:08 am

    Planning {For Euphrates News}: The population gap is large, and Baghdad is one of the capitals with a high level of living

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    {Economic: Al Furat News} The Ministry of Planning announced that the population gap in Iraq is still large.
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    Ministry spokesman, Abdul-Zahra Al-Hindawi told {Euphrates News}, "The rise in prices is not new in housing units in Baghdad in particular, as it is considered one of the capitals with a high standard of living, so prices rise, and the other reason is that the high prices are due to the lack of supply. of housing units, and this is an economic theory whereby the less supply, the higher the prices.”
    He added, "With regard to housing loans granted by banks, it has been decided in one way and another to address part of the crisis, as the citizen began to borrow from the bank and help it buy a plot of land or build a housing unit, but the gap is still large, so prices will remain high if there are no measures that provide more housing units. ".
    Al-Hindawi continued: "In light of our orientations within the development plan, the focus is on the housing sector and providing a better environment for investment in it in order to move forward in providing more housing units, similar to the experience of {Bismaya Complex} at the government level and encouraging the private sector to participate in building housing complexes. A lot of them are already done."
    As for the number of years required to solve the housing crisis in Iraq, Al-Hendawi responded by saying: "The situation cannot be calculated in years, but rather with the achievement that will be achieved on the ground."
    He added, "We are within the plan of 2018 and 2022. The plan was to complete 900,000 housing units, but due to the circumstances that Iraq is going through, the Corona pandemic, the financial crisis and the allocations, the plan did not go as prepared for it," noting that "now the reconstruction plan for Sadr City includes the establishment of 90,000 housing units, which are not calculated in years." But the volume of production on the ground."
    It is noteworthy that the housing problem in Iraq is a suffering faced by millions of citizens who lack homes they own, forcing many of them to rent homes at high prices, or resort to random housing in popular areas on the edge of cities or in their old dilapidated neighborhoods.
    Government promises did not succeed in putting an end to the suffering of these people, despite their aggravation, which many consider seasonal "lies" accompanying parliamentary or local election campaigns without yielding solutions.
    What increases this suffering is that the population is increasing very rapidly, and the crisis is exacerbated by the lack of proper planning, which deprives citizens of adequate housing, especially after many cities have turned into "slums".
    Economists believe that the solution to the housing crisis in Iraq is to activate investment laws and a single window, revitalize the private sector, bypass bureaucracy, and grant government loans at simple interest rates that encourage the attraction of citizens and demand for them, in addition to inventorying state lands and distributing them to citizens who really need housing. For vertical construction that could provide housing for large numbers of Iraqis.
    Specialists believe that Iraq needs about seven million new housing units to meet the need, if it is considered that the average family members are four people.
    Ammar Al Masoudi

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