Evictions from the Great Housing Mission Venezuela banned for life

In the framework of the celebration of the 10 years of the Great Venezuela Housing Mission, the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, highlighted the express ban "for life" of evictions of the beneficiaries of the Great Venezuela Housing Mission.

The measure arises as a protection to the Venezuelan family in the face of threats made by sectors of the right, who in their eagerness to seize political power, see in the social program a profitable business in the future.

 "We are the country that has built the most houses in the world, for 10 years," said the national leader, aware of the immense and laudable work that the Bolivarian Government has carried out in this regard.

The head of state promised to continue seeking the human right of access to decent housing, as stipulated in the Constitution.

Article 82 of the constitution establishes that "everyone has the right to adequate, safe, comfortable, hygienic housing, with essential basic services that include a habitat that humanizes family, neighborhood and community relations" basic principles of the GMVV.

Relaunch of the Great Mission Barrio Nuevo Barrio Tricolor

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro Moros, ordered the relaunch of the Great Mission Barrio Nuevo, Barrio Tricolor, for which a work plan must be presented within a period of no more than 30 days.

"I want to insist, persevere in the dream that the Great Mission Barrio Nuevo, Barrio Tricolor build new communities and fix the neighborhoods of Venezuela," he said.

In this line, he instructed the Executive Vice President of the Republic, Delcy Rodríguez to meet in the next few hours with the team designated for this task and accelerate the march so that this Mission fulfills its objective of transforming the habitat and community life of all the neighborhoods of Venezuela.

On the other hand, Maduro announced that the Bolivarian Government will deliver an award - national and international - to outstanding workers, communities that have undertaken self-construction, architects and designers who have put their effort to advance the Great Mission Venezuela Housing (GMVV).

This Thursday, the Venezuelan dignitary presented the GMVV milestone 3 in the state of Cojedes, as part of the celebration of the 550th Anniversary of this social program created by Commander Hugo Chávez to bring decent housing to the Venezuelan people.

On the other hand, the Head of State and Government read a report in which it is highlighted that despite the circumstances and attacks against the country, the Bolivarian Revolution guarantees housing for the people, reported Presidential Press.

The report presented by Maduro answers the question: "Why are conditions in Venezuela favorable with the Great Venezuela Housing Mission (GMVV), at the low cost of the social housing unit?" highlighting the following:

  • The land destined for the construction of housing in Venezuela has a fair cost, thanks to the Decree through which the process of Regularization of Land Tenure in Popular Urban Settlements begins, promoted by Commander Hugo Chávez.
  • The policy of public and private industrial linkage; it is what allows 37 percent below the cost in the purchase of construction materials.
  • Venezuela has a preferential financing rate, below other Latin American countries in 30-year mortgage loans; for the security of financing the Venezuelan family's housing.
  • "In Venezuela, evictions are prohibited in the Great Venezuela Housing Mission (...), your home is yours forever," the President stressed.
  • The elimination of taxes and low-cost fee payments, reduces 50 percent in home construction costs.

“There is a social State of justice, solidarity, of law and there is a Government of the people, for the people and with the people. There is a government in Christ the Redeemer, a revolutionary government that puts its chest, arms, body, head and life to guarantee financing, land, materials and completion of the houses; that is the fundamental thing ”he emphasized.

 

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