The Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Jose Luis Ábalos, has pointed out this Thursday in Ibiza that the temporary expropriation of homes of large holders in Balearics "It is a clearly legal question with respect to Balearic legislation" and "if it is done within the legal framework, there is nothing to object to."
This is how the minister has assessed the measure of Govern to start the process of temporary expropriation of the use of 56 homes of large holders. As he has acknowledged to the media, to the extent that he respects the legal framework, he has no assessment to make on this issue.
"As much as we sometimes like to qualify some measures pejoratively, I do not understand that it is an expropriation," Ábalos reiterated, recalling that "it is very difficult to speak in terms of expropriation" when one is in a "deeply" guaranteeing legal system.
Open them up has considered that, at certain times, societies must measure up when a joint effort is required and, especially, who can contribute that effort. "This is called solidarity, but also commitment," he said.
“If it is done within the legal framework, there is nothing to object to. The rest is political propaganda to which we are accustomed to those who do not want to carry out any housing policy, ”the minister considered. In this sense, he has referred to State Housing Plan that had up to 67 percent less staff in the last decade until the PSOE regained the Government with Pedro Sánchez.
It has also lamented "such negative episodes" such as the sale of the social housing stock, so they will try to ensure that the effort of generations to generate this is not "wasted". public housing stock.