• The president of the Andalusian PP has met with those affected from several provinces after the PSOE has knocked down a PP proposal to be able to start the regularization process
• It was an amendment presented to the Law on measures against Climate Change that has been debated and voted this afternoon in the Plenary Session of the Andalusian Parliament

The president of the Andalusian PP, Juanma Moreno, has promised today that, if he is elected president of the Board, he will modify the regulations and laws necessary to solve the problem of unregulated housing in the community, which affects some 250.000 families .
"I promise to solve a situation that affects families who want to live normally and calmly, I promise to modify the necessary rules and laws so that they have a second chance and can live without a problem that some families have been fighting for 30 years and suing”.
Juanma Moreno made these statements during the meeting that he held this afternoon in Parliament with representatives of associations of those affected by this situation, such as AUAN and Alcances, from the Almanzora area in Almería; COAVE, from El Puerto de Santa María; SOYBEAN, from the Axarquía region of Málaga; and Carmona, in the province of Seville.
The meeting took place after the PSOE rejected a proposal from the PP to start the process to regularize these homes. The initiative had been presented as an amendment to the Law on Measures against Climate Change, which was debated and voted on this afternoon in the Plenary Session of the Andalusian Parliament.
The Popular Party managed to introduce this amendment at the request of the affected associations and the Mayors of those municipalities.
The Junta de Andalucía, which is responsible for urban planning, has not recognized this problem for 16 years. Since LOTA (Andalusian Land Management Law) was approved, this rule has been modified up to 12 times. The LOUA (Andalusian Urban Planning Law), with the modification approved in April this year, has also undergone 12 modifications.
This regulatory amalgamation has caused great legal uncertainty, and has also failed to resolve the situation of these families.
With the rejection of the amendment presented by the PP, the PSOE also turns its back on the mayors and charges them, due to the terrible urban management of the Board, not being able to provide basic services to its citizens due to the lack of a norm that protects them .