Secretary General of the PSOE of Extremadura and candidate for re-election to the presidency of the Junta de Extremadura, Guillermo Fernández Vara, announced this Tuesday that within his government “we will guarantee by law that the family unit allocates no more than 30 % from your salary to cover mortgage or rent costs and basic supplies” such as water, electricity and heating.
And it is that, according to his words, “we believe that there can be no welfare state without decent and affordable housing.” The leader of the Socialists of Extremadura has shown himself as such during an act held in the Park of the Seven Chairs in Mérida, where he was accompanied by the PSOE candidates in the mayoral offices of Badajoz, Ricardo Cabezas; Caceres, Luis Salaya; Merida, Antonio Rodriguez Osuna; Placencia, Alfredo Moreno; Don Benito, Jose Luis Quintana; Almendralejo, Jose Maria Ramirez; Villanueva de la Serena, Miguel Angel Gallardo; Or Navalmoral de la Mata, Raquel Medina, together with key members of his candidacy.
Precisely, he defined them all as “a faithful reflection of what the PSOE wants for the people living in those cities” and, under his watchful gaze, he made a “commitment to develop 1,100 houses”. Faced with this, has focused its message on housing. And all this is necessary so that there is no person in Extremadura who wants to use a house and cannot do so without spending more than 30% of his salary ”.
Furthermore, Fernández Vara has claimed that in Extremadura the expression housing was coined as the 5th pillar of the welfare state. To this end, it has announced “along with young people”, through guarantees, “who cannot pay the 20% of the mortgage”, as is now required by banks.
A commitment that means “before and after”, in his opinion, access to housing “and the emancipation of young people”, according to the Extremaduran PSOE in a press release.
In the same way, Fernández Vara has explained that the Extremadura Housing Law will be developed, whose reform was approved in the Assembly a few months ago and which envisages measures such as “preventing at all costs the eviction of vulnerable families with minors”. Is.
In addition, the socialist candidates for Mérida, Badajoz, Cáceres, Villanueva de la Serena, Don Benito, Plasencia and Almendralejo have been asked to “implement public policies to make it possible for new homes that will replace ghettos in the cities”. Don’t build.”
Finally, the leader of the Socialists of Extremadura has insisted that in his government project, “the city is not the sum of neighborhoods, but the integration of each other’s lives”, with a fundamental objective of “a dignified life, where healthy And interpersonal relationships can be developed in sustainable places”, he sentenced.