Costa Rica makes access to water a constitutional right

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Costa Rica makes access to water a constitutional right

In the commemoration of World Environment Day, Costa Rica adopted a constitutional reform that guarantees access to water as a "human, basic and inali

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In the commemoration of World Environment Day, Costa Rica adopted a constitutional reform that guarantees access to water as a «human, basic and inalienable» right.

The constitutional reform, approved last week by the Congress, was enacted by President Carlos Alvarado in the Tapantí National Park in the town of Orosi.

«Every person has the basic and inalienable human right to access potable water, as an essential good for life,» states the norm incorporated into the Constitution.

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