Australia children who sleep on the street: MP Mickaël Bouloux challenges the Minister of Housing
Rent gel, rental prohibition ... What is the calendar of the climate law concerning housing?
While on Monday a national reboundation council dedicated to housing, Véronique Bédague, director general of the promoter Nexity, starts on Monday, alerts the risk of housing shortages in the former in the coming years. © supplied by Franceinfo "In the old, the rental market is blocking", Alert on Franceinfo Véronique Bédague , Director General of the Promoter Nexity and co-host of the National Refoundation Council dedicated to housing.
The PS-NUP deputy for the 8th district of Ille-et-Vilaine arrested, in writing, the Minister of Housing so that the more a child sleeps on the street, in France.
, PS-NUP deputy of the 8th district of Ille-et-Vilaine, questioned in writing , Minister Delegate of City and Housing, on question . "On November 16, 2022, the Minister Delegate in charge of the City and Housing asked the prefects to use the cold reserve funds in order to increase the reception of children in order to keep their commitments. On November 17, 2022, the Minister of the Interior and Overseas asked the prefects to act strongly to harden the monitoring measures for foreign persons on the national territory. Children sleeping on the street and their families are largely affected by the administrative hardening provided for by this circular. The disturbing dissonance of these two positions […] questions. Could you confirm that the circular of the Minister of the Interior will not question the commitments of the Minister Delegate in charge of the City and Housing so that children and their families no longer sleep on the street? The Minister's response has not yet been made public in the Official Journal.
Marseille: Green green light for a framework of rents
© DR VG Green green light for a supervision of rents in Marseille The Minister for Housing, Olivier Klein, gave the green light this Tuesday to a frame Rents in Marseille, strongly desired by the leftist municipality to combat housing difficulties in the poorest city in France.
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In a small Russian town, a pensioner's street art denounces Ukraine conflict .
BOROVSK, Russia (Reuters) - Over 20 years, Russian pensioner Vladimir Ovchinnikov gained a following for his street murals in the small town of Borovsk, some 70 miles (115 km) southwest of Moscow, many of which depicted the plight of victims of Stalinist-era repressions. But on March 25, just over a month after Russia sent tens of thousands of troops into Ukraine, Ovchinnikov created a new work, one that would place him in serious legal jeopardy.He painted a girl, in a blue and yellow dress, the colours of the Ukrainian flag, with a bomb falling onto her from above. Beneath her, in block capitals, he wrote: "STOP".