[size=36]Al-Kazemi's advisor: The housing policy is geared to provide low-cost housing for citizens[/size]
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Saleh said, "The problem of housing and housing is one of the problems that Iraq has been suffering from over the past long decades," noting that "the housing problem has exacerbated with the lack of housing infrastructure."
He added, "Population growth requires integrated accommodation, and therefore resort to urban areas where infrastructure is available, and this has led to a huge exacerbation of real estate prices, in addition to great pressure on infrastructure."
He continued, "Large housing units began to split into more than one unit within a single area, which generated an inflation in the number of residents within a single geographical area and a shortage in the availability of public services."
He explained, "The state's policy at the present time is working to link the distribution of land with the new infrastructure, as the establishment of any new city requires a program that provides basic public services such as water, roads and electricity, in addition to security services from police stations as well as schools, health units and shopping centers."
He pointed out, "The state's housing policy at the present time is heading towards providing low-cost, high-quality housing worthy of the citizen and enabling him to pay the cost of construction or construction through the financing partnership between the state and the citizen himself," noting that "millions of Iraqis today need to implement this housing policy." Ended 29 / p. 87