“It is necessary to take more steps and reinforce the responses, create new partnerships to have housing for all” and “it is fundamental for the debate to evolve” and reach the “greatest possible consensus”. This is the only way it will be possible to “create more dignified housing that is compatible with family incomes”, says the minister in a report by ECO.

The statements by the Minister for Housing were made in Parliament at the start of the debate where the Government's measures will be discussed and voted on, which are part of the More Housing legislative package.

In addition to the Government's measures, 13 diplomas presented by almost all opposition parties, with the exception of the Liberal Initiative and the PAN, will also be voted on.