The Kuwaiti government is planning to impose fees on beachgoers
There have been requests from a gathering of activists to command fees on public conveniences, such as beaches, in command to control access to them and manage cleanness, states Al-Rai daily.
Others supported their calls by stating since these amenities are free of charge, people who make use of them do not worry to clean the area after using it and as a consequence, the areas, especially the beaches are scattered with litter and food remnants.
As an instance, the activists called congestion during the Eid holidays where folks took to the seashores to spend time and struck the large warmth.
Meanwhile, an online examination former vice president of the Kuwait Farmers Union, Nadia Al-Othman communicated Al-Rai, ‘The cases are not limited to residents, but also emigrants and needed to impose fees on the shores, like the fees imposed on campers throughout winter. ‘What is occurring is the disruption of the environment, and when we talk about it, the government says the number of cleaning workers is not enough, and as a result ends up bringing more and more minimal workers to Kuwait,’ Al-Othman maintained.