Skip to comments.Chancellor Angela Merkel tackles housing shortfall, tenancy hikes
Posted on 05/26/2018 2:00:27 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Chancellor Angela Merkel said Germany urgently needed extra affordable housing and used her weekly video podcast Saturday to reel off a series of steps outlined last February as her coalition took shape to get them built before the next federal elections in 2021.
Simultaneously Saturday, the board chairman of Germanys BA Labor Agency, Detlef Scheele, told Stuttgart-based SWR public broadcasting that affordable housing had become the burning topic of our times.
More and more people were seeking second jobs to supplement their incomes, especially in Germanys urban hubs, said Scheele
Last year alone, Berlin property prices soared 20.5 percent, prompting some10,000 protesters to demand remedies last month, and squatting by activists in two long-vacant buildings. [ ]
Merkel told podcast viewers that 2 billion of her coalitions agenda package would flow as a massive injection into social welfare housing projects run by Germanys 16 federal states.
The situation in Germanys metropolitan hubs would hopefully relax somewhat, she predicted.
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How many manufactured homes are there in Germany?
“Ve need more avvordable housink! Und more Moose-limb refugees to use it!”
Gosh, I’m scratching my head here...why would Germany be running out of housing??
Carbrini-Green, here Deutschland comes!
This pin-headed, jihadi-enabling commie is well on the way to doing more permanent to Germany than all the bombs dropped by the Allies in WWII.
drain even more of the taxpayers’ money from them...to house even more IslamoNazi invaders... so they can destroy Deutschland from within
Just imagine...after 100 years of attempts by Germans to destroy Europe finally an *East* German has hit on the formula for success.
Marxism of one form (so-called “national” socialism) or another (the East’s Stalinism) is just as deadly.
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