Vidal: “The city government is facing a growing demand and and an inelastic budget”
September 15, 2011
In this sense, Vidal emphasized the role of “hostels, shelters and homes” that assisted about 1300 people. He explained that the subsidy schemes have a maximum duration of ten months, to extend this period an injunction is necessary.Before this Judge Highton de Nolasco reflected: “no opinion there is nothing beyond the ten months.”
She added that the City currently has seven hostels and 15 own concession, but acknowledged that those who live there are not counted as homeless people.
“We do not consider who is in a hostel is on the street,” said the minister, and acknowledged that “there is no specific program” for such cases.
He clarified that there are lines of credit and even assigned a Bolivian citizen by 165 thousand pesos, but requested an extension because he had given the home you should buy. To a question by the court of justucia, admitted that it was necessary to have an income of 2000 pesos to access credit Quisberth not have.
Buenos Aires’s budget for housing, according to Vidal, is 800 million pesos, plus 120 for emergencies, for a total of 24 billion: “The city government is facing a growing demand and a budget that is inelastic.”
Vidal also said that the Federal Capital is the only district that has those plans for assistance. ”Neither the provincial or national level, there are similar plans.”
On the case of a Bolivian citizen, the public defender before the Supreme Court, and defender Julia Lanvegin Chrite Graciela Buenos Aires, called for the granting of a permanent housing solution. Such a decision should respect three basic notions: that is permanent, that has water, electricity and heating that takes special care needed by the minor.
Here too, struggled for housing solutions that address global solutions from childhood, disability and poverty.
The decision of the Court after hearing the various arguments will be given in a long term has not yet been defined.