Coastal Tourism sectors ask the Government to begin working to increase water supply

By Marisol

By Marisol Arias M. . Photos by: Andrés Benavente courtesy: Revista Utopía

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Holding banners with messages such as “We can´t take it anymore!”, “Water falls from the sky but aqueducts are for the government”, “Water for Guanacaste”, “No water, no e m p l o y m e n t ” , and many others, hundreds of protesters marched last July 25 through streets of Nicoya up to the square to request that the government speed up solutions to the poor Guanacaste water supply due to the drought and the lack of infrastructure that overwhelms the region.

In the context of the 191st anniversary of the Annexation of Nicoya to Costa Rica, the President of the Republic, the ministries and state institution leaders travelled to Nicoya for the traditional meeting of the Government Council and to participate in the public activities of the province.

Thus, on this occasion, several factions such as Chambers of Tourism, farming sectors, rural aqueducts and … continue reading

Via:: Tamarindo News