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The crisis of slums is worsening and its population reaches 4 million

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The crisis of slums is worsening and its population reaches 4 million Empty The crisis of slums is worsening and its population reaches 4 million

Post by RamblerNash on Sat Jul 27, 2019 11:13 pm

The crisis of slums is worsening and its population reaches 4 million

The crisis of slums is worsening and its population reaches 4 million Image

27-07-2019 09:58 AM

Baghdad

Recent data show that Iraq now has more than 500,000 random houses, home to millions of Iraqis, and Baghdad, Basra and Diyala are at the forefront of this field.

"The number of slum dwellers exceeded three and a half million people, and may rise after a year or more to four million in the absence of any real treatments for this file," the source said in a statement.

The official, who declined to be named, said that "Baghdad suffers more than others. Poverty and unemployment in the south and the center are forcing people to come in search of work and housing in various slums on the outskirts of the capital and inside them in deserted government buildings or empty yards that build mud or stone rooms or And revealed the existence of half a million houses random across the country.

The official said that "the government needs at least $ 7 billion to solve the problem of slums through the construction of housing complexes in a vertical construction of them, if it is considered that the cost of the housing unit at least is $ 30 thousand, which can not be provided now one payment , And the investment plan and the granting of investment licenses in the housing sector did not work, many are worried about the situation in Iraq, security and even economically.

He pointed out that "there are other problems, wondering: Will they be returned to where they were and provide housing for them or the construction of units near their current place of residence? And who is entitled to the house? Which needs to form a cell full of several ministries of finance, engineering, legal and social to discuss the crisis" .

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