Lula proposes to convert state buildings into homes | News
This Thursday the president of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, proposed in Brasilia (capital) to transform thousands of abandoned buildings and land, owned by the State, into social housing for the most vulnerable population.
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During the sanction ceremony of the "My house, my life" program at the Planalto Palace, Lula asserted: "The State must feel obliged to make a repair so that people have access to a house."
Accompanied by several of his ministers, the head of state explained that there is still a high housing deficit in the South American country, which he estimated between six and seven million homes. Hence, he proposed "transforming these abandoned premises into housing units."
In this sense, the Brazilian president exemplified that only the National Social Security Institute (INSS) has 3,000, including houses, land and buildings, many of them in the center of the large cities of the South American country.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva also sanctioned a measure approved by Congress that improves the conditions of the popular housing program "My house, my life", created in 2009, during his second term, and resumed this year.
The initiative consists of the fact that the Government subsidizes an important part of the housing for the poorest. Now the program reduces loan interest for low-income families and allows greater access for the middle class.
Lula also promised that when his term ends he will deliver a "healthy" country, "economically strong and politically respected", in which the Constitution is "complied with".
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