On Monday, officials from the country's biggest opposition party presented their solutions for the housing crisis.

The Christian Social People's Party demanded that further measures are added to the Housing Pact 2.0 and that private investors get a chance to contribute.

The CSV also argued that a country-wide tax on unused real-estate should be introduced to combat market speculation.

MP Gilles Roth underlined that this tax would not affect people whose land is destined for direct descendants, or land that is meant to be used for agricultural purposes.

CSV summarised their plan as "pragmatic solutions instead of green ideology".