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Podemos blames the PSOE for the fact that the housing law has not yet been approved and criticizes resistance to its proposals

Asks to regulate the price of rent in areas with a stressed market for all owners and to make Sareb homes public.

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Podemos blames the PSOE for the fact that the housing law has not yet been approved and criticizes resistance to its proposals

Asks to regulate the price of rent in areas with a stressed market for all owners and to make Sareb homes public

MADRID, 5 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Ministry of Social Rights, led by Ione Belarra, blames the PSOE for the fact that the housing law has not yet been approved, as it appreciates resistance in its coalition partner to accept proposals in the regulations.

As sources from this department have explained to Europa Press, there are three claims that cause the text to not yet be approved in Congress. The first is the regulation of rental prices in stressed market areas for all owners, that is, for large and small homeowners.

Another point, which the residents have already demanded on several occasions, is that all of Sareb's homes become publicly owned rental flats. In this way, they argue in Social Rights, with that volume of real estate the public housing stock would increase "quickly".

Finally, the minority partner also aspires to reflect in the law the prohibition of evictions of vulnerable families without the existence of alternative housing where they can stay, a measure that wants to avoid what happened in the 2008 crisis with the increase in launches.

In this way, the Ministry led by Belarra, who is a co-proponent of the regulatory project, considers that the housing law "may be approved tomorrow if the PSOE supports" these three proposals, since it also considers that they are "backed" by the bloc of investiture and, in his opinion, they have "great social support".

"They are common sense", emphasize the same sources to criticize that the PSOE "is reluctant to accept" these three points, collected in amendments to the text, and thereby causes the Law to not yet be approved.

Last February, the Council of Ministers approved the referral of the aforementioned law to the Cortes Generales, in order to start its parliamentary process by the urgent procedure. In March, the consideration was approved and the amendment phase was also opened, without a parliamentary agreement having been reached so far.

Recently the co-spokesperson for Podemos, Isa Serra, warned that approving a housing regulation to regulate rental prices is one of the commitments that the coalition government "must fulfill" before sitting down to negotiate the General State Budgets (PGE) by 2023.

And it is that the approach of the purples is that the repeal of the 'gag' law and the unlocking of housing are prerequisites to face the negotiation of public accounts within the coalition.

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