They do not want to remain squatters, but rather to avoid their eviction.

Platforms such as 29-E and The people are hungry try to coordinate the interest shown by many affected by the evictions of Tenerife in negotiating their rents with the Vulture funds, which, despite the current moratorium, promote daily evictions of families today.

Although the vast majority of those affected are in a vulnerable situation and, therefore, it is impossible for them to pay current market prices, the willingness of the authorities to help these disadvantaged is the key so that the supply can become interest for funds.

Undoubtedly, the paradigmatic case is number 42 of the Ascent to El Tablero, where the 17 affected families have joined in pursuit of this initiative.

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