The housing sector is currently facing a crisis, and the new Minister Delegate in charge of Housing, Guillaume Kasbarian, has been appointed to tackle the issue. He is known for his outspoken nature and his expertise in economic issues, having previously served as the head of the Economic Affairs Committee. In his new position, he has proposed an anti-squatter law that increases sanctions by three.
Kasbarian’s focus is on relaunching the real estate market with a clear liberal economic approach. He has replaced former left-wing housing ministers and has also taken steps to simplify administrative procedures and examine taxation issues related to Airbnb rentals and degraded co-ownerships. Kasbarian wants to implement a “supply shock” by adopting two strong measures to allocate social housing to mayors and modify the SRU law. Although he opposes repainting roofs white to reduce housing temperatures during heatwaves, he acknowledges the importance of his role in addressing this crisis.
Kasbarian’s origins have played a significant role in his appointment as Minister Delegate in charge of Housing. He has been quite vocal about his commitment to the plight of the Armenian people, making him a suitable candidate for such an important position.
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