The draw for the 700 homes – which are divided into 300 apartments, 200 semi-detached houses and 200 detached residences – is scheduled for December 21st. According to Cláudia Natacha de Sousa, coordinator of the committee responsible for the draw, a transparent tombola will be used to place the forms, which will be randomly removed by guests from the public.
In statements at a press conference – cited by Angop – the person in charge informed that anyone wishing to register is subject to presenting a copy of their Identity Card, a copy of their resident card or residence certificate, a mica, as well as a service declaration with the detailed salary of the interested party or the person responsible for finances.
According to the person responsible, because the demographic and housing pressure is great, they placed residents in the province of Huíla as a condition, as they believe that the number of candidates living in Huíla will be greater than in any other province, writes Angop.
Cláudia Natacha de Sousa also informed that "when registering, the person will be directed to the type of housing for which they will compete".
"There is no age limit for the competitor, as long as they are of legal age and will be subject to the draw", she indicated, adding that each competitor can only apply for one residence, otherwise their applications may be cancelled.
The person responsible also warned against scams, highlighting that the processes will all be received in the pavilion where registrations take place.
In terms of calendar, according to the commission coordinator, the publication of the lists is scheduled for the 11th. According to Angop, between the 12th and 15th the complaints period will run, with the final list to be published on the 18th. Three days later, on the 21st, the draw will take place, and on the 22nd the lists will be drawn up.