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    A parliamentary movement to support housing investment for the poor segments of the country...they r

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    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Jun 2024, 6:47 am

    A parliamentary movement to support housing investment for the poor segments of the country...they represent 80% of the crisis - Urgent
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Tuesday (June 11, 2024), Representative Salem Ibrahim revealed the existence of a parliamentary movement to support housing investment for the poor segments of the country.
    Ibrahim said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "Investment in the field of housing is the highest activity in the country and attracts approximately 70% of investment vacations in general, according to the readings available in the governorates, but its impact is still limited in terms of what housing units are provided compared to what is required in general." ".
    He added, "The Ministry of Planning's readings about the need for two million units include in their general content an end to the phenomenon of slums in general, which is the result of accumulated errors and the consequences of security disturbances for many years, which have become extremely difficult to remove," stressing "the necessity of seeking to approve the slum law, which provides positive points." “In achieving a unified compass in organizing legal solutions.”
    He pointed out that "current investment is directed towards the class of the rich and well-off, while the poor, who are below the line of the poor and those with limited income, represent more than 80% of the actual housing crisis in the country," stressing that "we are pressing towards providing investments through low-cost homes to move forward with Achieving a balance that provides all segments with housing units.”
    He continued, "Projects to build new cities are a step in the right direction to relieve pressure on major cities, including Baghdad," stressing "the need for contracts to be transparent and to take into account price reductions and openness to the experiences of other countries that have suffered from stifling housing crises in order to benefit from them in formulating objective solutions that can be achieved." Through it, we will overcome the problem of slums and build modern cities with technical specifications while providing services.”
    The Iraqi government had previously announced its plan to establish 4 new residential cities in Baghdad, Babylon, Karbala, and Nineveh, where it is hoped that these cities will provide about 700,000 housing units.
    Government reports indicate that the population increase that Iraq has witnessed has exacerbated the housing crisis, which requires great efforts and continuous work in order to address it according to strategic projects prepared over the next 15 years, and that the country suffers from a housing units deficit of up to 3.5 housing units.
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