Putting An End To Housing Inequality

It’s time to put an end to Housing Inequality now and forever, and that is exactly why the Spanish government has been relentlessly working for the benefit of all citizens. Most of us would agree upon the fact that the economic development of a nation can only bring about the desired fruits of labor if the same is distributed equally amongst the citizens. Most importantly, the basic human rights of living a life of dignity with guaranteed basic amenities to be able to realize one’s potential, is only possible if the housing inequality is put to an end. We often criticize the Third World Countries in this regard, but we fail to notice the fact that there is a lot of housing based-discrimination in the so-called developing countries as well.

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You have the right to live your life to the fullest!

Seldom would you come across a situation wherein a statement like the one above is actually put into practice. There’s no doubt about the fact that the time period up till and encompassing the 1980s was indeed the darkest period in the modern Spanish civic life and polity in this regard. There was a lot of reluctance from the then government to formulate a well-balanced public housing policy that would spell a win-win situation for both the sides. However, with the drastic reduction of any kind of rented public housing as a consequence, there were alarm bells to put an end to this callous attitude. A more public-friendly policy was adopted, whilst inviting all and sundry to put forth their views in this issue. To tell you the truth, this was the first-of-its kind ‘public housing revolution’ of sorts, which the entire world would remember till ages to come!

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Steps taken by the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party

Especially under the leadership of Rodriguez Zapatero (who was elected to office as the Spanish prime Minister in 2004 and 2008), the state has made some landmark rulings in Public Housing. In fact, no other government has so effectively tackled the issue of housing inequality and rent control. Thanks to their well-planned initiatives, millions of … Continue reading Steps taken by the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party

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