China News Service, Guangzhou, August 6 (Sun Qiuxia, Xu Qingqing, and Gong Yudi) Recently, the Haizhuyong Bridge on Huandao Road in Guangzhou was opened. A "Bridge House" located in the middle of the bridge was called Guangzhou's "biggest nail house" by netizens and became popular on the Internet. On the 6th, the relevant person in charge of the Bureau of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of Haizhu District, Guangzhou City responded that he would continue to communicate and negotiate with the owner and strive to reach a consensus as soon as possible.

Owner: The online report is untrue

  At noon on the 6th, the reporter came to the Haizhuyong Bridge and saw an endless stream of pedestrians coming to take pictures and punch cards on the bridge. Many people even went to visit and take photos near the owner's house. Overnight, it almost became a place for Internet celebrities to check in.

  Faced with the crowd, Ms. Liang, the owner of the house, seemed helpless. She told reporters that since the 3rd, people have been coming over, "They like to come, and I can't stop it. If I have any demands now, I just want these people to stop watching and disturbing."

  When Ms. Liang first met the reporter, she always emphasized that the online reports were untrue. She said: "There have been a few groups of people before, and I don't want to talk about it anymore. I haven't eaten breakfast yet." After repeated inquiries by reporters, Ms. Liang said why she didn't want to move. She said that she didn't move away for the money. "What we want is a house, but government officials don't have houses for us."

  According to Ms. Liang, the government showed her a house ten years ago in Feng'an Garden on Gexin Road, Haizhu District, but she said that the house feels "three-pointed and eight-pointed". But in Guangdong, the "three-pointed and eight-cornered" house is a taboo. Ms. Liang told reporters: "As soon as our children went in, they said that they would rather live in their own home than live there."

  Last month, the government asked her to move to Baogang Avenue, but Ms. Liang did not agree. She said: "The room faces the mortuary of the hospital. I would rather live here than face the dead. I only saw two rooms ten years ago and ten years later."

  Faced with the hot discussion on the Internet, Ms. Liang said that this could not overwhelm her. "With so many people watching and discussing, this is not something ordinary people can bear. Not everyone has ten years of perseverance."

  Ms. Liang said that she is a contented and happy person, not unreasonable. She said: "If I was greedy for wealth, I would have left long ago, and the government would come, and I would be willing to negotiate. If it is appropriate, we will go. If the government does not collect, I will be fine."

More and more people came to watch Ms. Liang's house. Photo by Ji Dong

Housing and Urban-rural Development Bureau of Haizhu District: We have provided houses with different directions and convenient transportation in different locations

  On the 6th, the Bureau of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of Haizhu District responded to the "most cattle nail households", stating that the Haizhuyong Bridge on Huandao Road is an important node on Huandao Road in Haizhu District and one of the livelihood projects that Haizhu District will focus on. After the completion of the bridge, it will effectively relieve the traffic pressure on Industrial Avenue and Hongde Road, and improve the travel conditions of residents along the route. Previously, from Taikoo Cang to Zhoutouzui Park, it was necessary to detour through Industrial Avenue, which took 25 minutes by car and 40 minutes by walk. After the bridge was opened, it would take 5 minutes by car and 20 minutes by foot, which greatly facilitated the travel of surrounding residents.

  According to the bureau, since 2010, Haizhu District started the demolition of the bridge, involving 47 private houses and 7 related units. In September 2019, except for Haibang Waijie No. 22 ("the most cattle nail household"; house number), all parties have signed a demolition agreement, with a total of about 9,050 square meters of houses and 4,230 square meters of land acquired.

  The bureau stated that since the start of the requisition and demolition work, relevant departments and sub-districts have been negotiating and communicating with the owners to publicize and interpret the demolition work, explain in detail the compensation standards for demolition and relocation, and provide various compensation methods such as monetary compensation and replacement housing for the owners. reference. Replacement houses provide houses in different areas, different orientations, and convenient transportation, such as Gexin Road, Baogang Avenue, and Xingang Middle Road, for the owners to choose, but they have not been able to reach a consensus.

  According to the bureau, in the end, under the premise of ensuring the safety of the house at No. 22 Haibang Waijie, the bridge construction bypassed the expropriation node there, and reserved access channels for the residents under the bridge, realizing the normal opening of the bridge In the future, relevant departments will continue to communicate and negotiate with the owner and strive to reach a consensus as soon as possible.

Lawyer's point of view: The idea of ​​governing the country according to law is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people

  In an interview with reporters, Sun Jiguo, the director of Beijing Zhongnan Law Firm, said that from the “Bridge House” incident on the Haizhuyong Bridge on the Huandao Road in Guangzhou, the legal status of the parties involved in the house demolition was fully demonstrated. The disparity in economic strength and political status was demolished. The concept of governing the country according to law has been deeply rooted in the hearts of the people, and the common people have won great benefits.

  But at the same time, he believes that looking at this incident from another angle, it appears abnormal and discordant. The economic losses and adverse social impacts caused by the "House in Bridge" incident are difficult to calculate. Who should be responsible for it? Whether the demolition party and relevant departments exhaust all reasonable methods and suggestions to solve this problem sincerely is open to question.

  He said that as a person to be demolished, he should judge the situation and argue that it is not only reasonable and legal, but also correct values ​​and social responsibility, so as to avoid abusing the status of legal equality and causing a great waste of social resources. (Finish)