El PSOE urge a devolver las viviendas turísticas al mercado residencial

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Socialist Leader Demands Action on Affordable Housing in Málaga

As the socialist leader in Málaga's city council and general secretary of the PSOE in Málaga, Daniel Pérez has lambasted the city's mayor, De la Torre, for creating a "housing monster" through his liberal approach to tourism. Pérez is urging the city to follow the example of Barcelona's mayor, Jaume Collboni, and "bring back" homes to the residential market to address the housing crisis.

Speaking after his participation in the 14th Congress of the PSC in Barcelona, Pérez emphasized that "we need to bring a human perspective" to the issue, stressing that "we can't just prioritize tourist or tech sectors without ensuring that our residents have a roof over their heads." He added that without affordable housing, the city will never have a sustainable future.

The socialist leader is advocating for a "Barcelona model" of bold and determined policies to ensure that Málaga's residents have a home to call their own. He recalled that over the past five years, 25,000 people have been forced to leave the city due to the lack of affordable housing, with monthly rents exceeding 800 euros.

Pérez has urged Mayor De la Torre to put aside his "arrogance" and listen to the city's residents, who took to the streets on July 29 to demand affordable housing. "We can't forget that housing is a human right, not a business," he said.

He also called on the city council and the Andalusian regional government to invest in public housing, citing the government's central financing of 85% of VPO housing projects in the university zone and the construction of 1,360 new homes in the Buenavista sector of Churriana.

Key Takeaways:

  • Daniel Pérez, socialist leader in Málaga's city council, has criticized Mayor De la Torre's approach to tourism and called for a "Barcelona model" of affordable housing policies.
  • Pérez has urged the city to "bring back" homes to the residential market to address the housing crisis.
  • He has stressed that affordable housing is a human right and not a business, and that the city's residents deserve a roof over their heads.

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