National Surf Day Is Proposed by Declaring that Sport of Public Interest
The Project Aims to Generate Contributions to the Economic Activity of Costa Rica's Coastal Areas
An initiative aims to celebrate the National Surfing Day every 3rd Saturday of October while declaring that sport of public interest. On Tuesday, the proponent deputy, Melvin Núñez Piña, presented the text in a press conference held in the Hall of Ex-Presidents of the Legislative Assembly.
For the Congressman of the National Restoration Party (PRN), the objective of the project is to generate contributions to the economic activation of the coastal areas of the country, from the recognition that Costa Rica has earned internationally as a tourist destination with favorable places for the practice of that sport.
“Here we have waves as important as the 2nd longest in the world, which is the Pavones (in Puntarenas), but we also have world champions, Central Americans and boys who travel through all countries representing a shirt, a country shirt, which leaves not only very well and today we have the opportunity to return to them, with this bill, the resources that at some point have had not be declared of national interest”, said Núñez.
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