Environmentalist passage of slam Housing C'tee law

August 3, 2011 15:09

The Society for the Protection of Nature responded to the passage of the Housing Committees Bill on Wednesday, saying the law would cause "environmental harm and the deepening of social inequality."

The law, a statement said, "that will damage the quality of life and welfare of of all of us in the coming years and in generations to come. Planning, it added, would become reckless and the law will increase the chances of corruption, lead to the establishment of luxury neighborhoods on lands currently belonging to the public and increase social polarization.

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