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President of Mexico Pushes for Quality Housing

JMR - The News
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July 31, 2015

In Latin America, Housing Advocates Set Their Sights on Habitat III (UN-Habitat Worldwide)

Although social policy has helped to contain poverty in Mexico, more efforts are needed to increase the quality of life for all Mexicans, President Enrique Peña Nieto said this week. The president spoke during the inauguration of 10 rehabilitation works for housing projects in Mexico City.

Dynamism in the Mexican economy is fundamental for reducing the level of poverty nationally. Reducing poverty fundamentally depends on the implementation of structural reforms, Peña Nieto said.

“What we are doing may not be to everyone’s liking, but working for all Mexicans is the government’s promise so that society has more opportunity for development and growth,” he said.

...Housing policy is another major achievement of the structural reforms the current administration has passed, the president said. Housing doesn’t implicate legislative changes, but a policy change for improving living conditions through public housing, provide more credits, subsidies and support systems to guarantee that Mexicans have dignified housing, Peña Nieto said.

The policy of the federal government has ensured that more Mexicans have dignified and quality housing today, with supports that were created in past years, he said.

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Related: Mexico's Housing Market Is Showing Signs of Sustainable Momentum (EconoTimes)

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