Former football player and businessman, Eric Lonis Bolaños also resigned Administrative Board of the National Stadium, On 10 April, he submitted his immediate and irrevocable resignation from the post without any remuneration, as it is an honorary post.
Lonis was the first of five executives who resigned last month. Followed in the footsteps of former national football team juan carlos crespo who held the office of President; Javier Quiros who was the vice president; Catherine Herrera, who served as director; And luis andres vargas Fiscal.
These last four resigned jointly on Wednesday, May 3, almost two weeks ago.
lonis resigned Government doubts the suitability of the trust between Icoder and Banco Nacional (BN), which has been used to manage the stadium in recent years. The other four former directors also made the same argument.
exporter, who served as director At the Administrative Board, he stated that the Ministry of Sports intended to implement a change in the management of the stadium; Therefore, the most appropriate thing on his part was to resign to facilitate the election of a new team.
The former directors did their work without any salary or per diem. In total, the board has eight seats. only three named people left,
“I hope that the smart stadium project can become an essential tool not only to generate new resources for sports in all sectors and levels, but also to provide reasonable prices, good service and improve the visitor experience at the national stadium, and The tool can become useful and timely information”, Eric Lonis wrote in his resignation letter.
The letter was addressed to former President Crespo; Lourdes Fernandez, Director of BN Trust; and Marie Muniwe, then Minister of Sports and Vice President of the Republic, today Minister of Health.
Streak of resignation in a month
was the first of the lonis A series of resignations at the National Stadium, The former footballer was followed two days later, on 12 April, by the former general manager of the venue, Ricardo Chacon who left to assume a similar role in the Alajuelense Sports League (LDA).
On 3 May the above four former members resigned.
In addition, last Wednesday, May 10, Vice President Muniwe ceased to be the Minister of Sports to take charge as the head of the Ministry of Health.
Immediately, the Presidency appointed Royner Mora Ruiz as Minister of Sports and President of the Costa Rican Institute of Sports and Recreation (ICODER).