Quiñones stresses that the Housing Law "is interventionist and may be unconstitutional"

The Regional Minister for the Environment, Housing and Territorial Planning, Juan Carlos Suárez-Quiñones, declared himself critical this Friday, during the Debate Table on the Housing Law, held in Madrid as part of the XI Forum of Autonomous Regions, because "there has been done without need or consent.

Quiñones stresses that the Housing Law "is interventionist and may be unconstitutional"

The Regional Minister for the Environment, Housing and Territorial Planning, Juan Carlos Suárez-Quiñones, declared himself critical this Friday, during the Debate Table on the Housing Law, held in Madrid as part of the XI Forum of Autonomous Regions, because "there has been done without need or consent. In this sense, he denounces a "total lack of rapprochement with the autonomous communities", to which "they have not been listened to, despite having the powers in housing matters". For this reason, he considers this "interventionist bill that limits the rights of property and freedom of enterprise" "unnecessary" and that, therefore, "it may be unconstitutional."

On the contrary, the counselor has "fully" shared the report issued by the General Council of the Judiciary, "very critical and contrary to many of the regulations it includes."

In his opinion, the policy of the Junta de Castilla y León to "encourage the rental market through aid for young people, the elderly and rural areas" is the true "correct policy".

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