insalubrity


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Promiscuity and insalubrity brought vices that nourished depravation.
The town was used by one politician or another as the archetype of backwardness and insalubrity, serving as a vehicle of self-interest and a useful weapon with which to belabour the opposition.
To do this, The designated project manager is tasked with continuing work to reduce the insalubrity of the neighborhood (creation of the eu and ep sewerage networks, Extension of the drinking water network, Rehabilitation of roads, Partial replacement telephone and electrical networks) and neighborhood security (creation of the public lighting network) and improvement of the living environment (distribution of mail, Sidewalk development, Secure access, Etc.