Renewed the Ministry of Construction and Housing, on Sunday, acknowledging its inability to cope with the housing crisis "chronic" plaguing the country currently requires two and a half million housing units to solve them, usually that the solution to the crisis requires a government decision united for the allocation of plots of land and money and the participation of the private sector, while calling Parliamentary Commission services to support the housing fund, even through borrowing from banks.
The Minister of Construction and Housing, Tariq Kikhany, in a joint press conference with the President of the Commission services and reconstruction parliamentary, Nazim al-Saadi, held today, the parliament building, and attended (range Press), "The ministry suffered from lack of financial allocations compared to previous years," noting "The ministry can contribute to a major role in the establishment of architectural monuments because of its long experience and specialized companies."
He Kikhany, that "the ministry of the Special Committee representative on internally displaced chaired by the Deputy Prime Minister, Saleh al-Mutlaq that," noting that "the Commission has set up some residential complexes Alcrvanah in a number of provinces."
He acknowledged the Minister of Construction and Housing, that "Iraq is facing a housing crisis and the needs of two million and a half to two million housing units," he returned that "it is a very big number compared to the possibility that the ministry will not be able alone to deal with this chronic problem."
And saw Kikhany, that "out of the housing crisis requires a concerted effort and a united government decision through the allocation of plots of land and money and allowing the private sector to work in Iraqi cities."
For his part, Chairman of the Commission services and reconstruction parliamentary, Nazim al-Saadi, during the conference, that "the Commission hosted the Minister of Construction and Housing, Tariq Kikhany, and the directors-general of the ministry said, to discuss the lagging projects and the role of the ministries to remove the reasons for the delay in the completion," adding that "the meeting saw the discussion of Housing Fund and its role in providing housing for citizens, especially the beneficiaries are low income. "
He said al-Saadi, that "the Ministry of Construction and Housing explained during the meeting, suffering from scarcity of funding, and called for the support of the housing fund, even if through borrowing from banks," adding that "lending citizen KD 30 million to enable it to build a residence, is the amount simple but it solves the problem great. "
The Minister of Construction and Housing, Tariq Kikhany, announced in (the 18th of January 2015), about the need for Iraq to two million five hundred thousand units to end the housing crisis, noting that the ministry is not able alone to implement in light of the current budget.
Iraq has suffered from a severe housing crisis and chronic due to the increasing number of population relative to the number of residential complexes, in addition to the destruction of infrastructure in a number of provinces, and the high prices of construction materials.
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