Possible regularisation of the land situation of nearly one thousand agglomerations within two years | Tunisia News Gazette

Possible regularisation of the land situation of nearly one thousand agglomerations within two years

The Finance Ministry provides for the regularisation of the land situation of nearly one thousand agglomerations within two years.

In a press statement on Thursday, State Secretary of State for Landed Affairs Mabrouk Korchid, said a cabinet meeting will be held next Monday to list the neighbourhoods concerned by this measure.

He spoke on the sidelines of the visit of Prime Minister Youssef Chahed in the governorate of Zaghouan.

Korchid noted that nearly one thousand families live in these districts. “We will intervene in strict compliance with the law,” he said.

According to him, the best solution would be to rehabilitate these neighbourhoods and integrate the local people into the economic life and help them access to sources of financing, once they have their ownership certificate.

Between 300 and 500 thousand Tunisians are in this “complicated” land situation, he said.

Citizens who have built housing on squatted lands will not benefit from this measure.

Source: TAP News Agency

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