Ten years after that project was founded, President Nicolas Maduro granted the key and the title deed to a new family, which benefits itself from the program.
‘The most important thing about the Great Housing Mission is to build family and community,’ stressed the head of state.
Maduro highlighted that the buildings were built by the Portuguese company Ledna, the towers consist of four floors and in each one there is an equal number of apartments, built with national materials and labor. The President explained that in spite of all the sanctions and financial persecution, blockades and coercive measures, this year 300 000 houses have been delivered to the Venezuelan people, a fact that he assured was not possible in a capitalist and rent-living society. ‘This apartment, all the Housing Mission buildings, are paid by the State in petros. We grant the title deeds to the beneficiaries and then they can pay for their houses in bolivars through the Carnet de la Patria, in comfortable installments’, he said.