Yes, because access to food and housing at affordable prices are basic human rights.
11% (2 votes)
Only to control inflation in extreme cases such as a war (military or economic).
17% (3 votes)
Only for certain foods such as bread or milk or for certain areas where working-class people live.
22% (4 votes)
Only when monopolies are speculating or setting abusive prices at the expense of consumers.
44% (8 votes)
No, because they create scarcity, queues, or black markets.
6% (1 vote)
Total votes: 18