\U2012 Water is a human right and an everyday necessity.
That is why it is certainly not indifferent to how water supply is organised in society, says Honkasalo. In the last few weeks, there has been a debate on the risks associated with privatisation of water supply since the city of Jyväskylä decided to clarify the sale of the city-owned energy and water company Alva Companies Ltd. Water is a human right and an everyday necessity. Although the intention of the city of Jyväskylä is to hold majority ownership of Alva's company itself, it would now be a planned 30 \ u201240% sale to a private owner in itself a big change in the municipal water supply environment. \ u2012 International The examples indicate a worrying language about the privatisation of water supply. Privatisation in Berlin and Paris resulted in a major increase in customer charges and has already restored water supply to public administration, says Honkasalo. Water is our-citizens ' initiative gathered more than 50 000 signatures a day. \ u2012 water supply is a natural monopoly and it is not worth doing business. Water is the common property of all of us. The water that is opposed to the privatisation of water is our-citizens ' initiative, at the end of January, gathered more than 50 000 signatures for the parliamentary process, only in a generous daily life. The initiative requires the Government to initiate preparation to create legislation to prevent the sale of public water supplies to commercial private operators.