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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Case No.CV 2016 00622
LEARIE ANTONIO TRIM
URIS HINDS ROBERTS
Administratrix De Bonis Non of the Last Will
and Testament of Samuel Charles deceased
Charles Deceased dated the 13th day of March 1982.
and related documents on the defendant Uris Hinds Roberts by
to be heard in this action you must state this before
day of June 2016 at
Tenders are invited for Projects under the Development Programme 2015/2016:
1. Local Roads & Bridges Programme -30 projects
2. Drainage & Irrigation Programme- 30 projects
Tender documents can be acquired from the Tenders Department from Wednesday 01st
June, 2016 located at the Ground Floor, of the MTS Plaza, Aranguez Main Road, San Juan
upon payment of a non-refundable fee of $100.00 per project. The original receipt must be
submitted with the tender.
Any additional information may be obtained from Mr. Andy Alleyne, Engineer and Survey
Officer at 638-4488 Ext 113.
Tenders must be accompanied by valid:
i) Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland
Revenue dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing of the tender.
ii) Certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the National insurance Act.
iii) A list of the Owners of the Organization, a copy of the Company's Certificate of
Registration, Notice of Directors/change of Notice of Directors MUST be submitted with
Envelopes must be addressed to "The Chief Executive Officer, San Juan/Laventille
Regional Corporation" and be deposited in the Light Brown Tender Box located in the
Lobby of the Tenders Department, San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation, M.T.S. Plaza NOT
later than the dates and times specified below;
1. Deadline for submission of Tenders for Projects under the Local Roads and Bridges
Programme WEDNESDAY 15TH JUNE 2016 AT 10:00 AM. Tenders will be publicly
opened shortly thereafter.
2. Deadline for submission of Tenders for Projects under the Drainage and Irrigation
Programme MONDAY 20TH JUNE 2016 AT 10:00 AM. Tenders will be publicly opened
The tenderer or his authorized representative may be present at the opening.
Late tenders will NOT be considered in any circumstances.
The Chief Executive Officer does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender and
also reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety without defraying any cost
incurred by any firm.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
SAN JUAN/LAVENTILLE REGIONAL CORPORATION
TOKYO---IOC vice president John
Coates expressed concern yesterday
over payments made to a Singapore
firm which have entangled Tokyo s
winning bid for the 2020 Olympics in
a bribery investigation.
Leaders of Tokyo s bid have admitted
making payments of 2.8 million Singa-
pore dollars ($2 million) to a Singaporean
firm headed by Ian Tan Tong Han, a
close associate of Papa Massata Diack,
the son of former IAAF President Lamine
Diack, who is facing corruption charges
in France. French prosecutors are looking
into the payments as part of an inves-
tigation of Diack. The Japanese Olympic
Committee is also investigating the mat-
ter. The allegations of bribery have
shocked many in Japan.
"We share the same concerns as the
Japanese public does about corruption,"
said Coates, who heads the IOC s coor-
dination commission for the Tokyo Games. "I think
that should be clear from our president (Thomas)
Bach and the executive board s zero tolerance approach
whether it s in regard to doping or corruption in the
bidding process." JOC president Tsunekazu Takeda,
who headed Tokyo s bid team, insists the payment
was for legitimate consultancy work and not made
with the anticipation that the money would lead to
Diack. The allegations of bribery are the latest blemish
on Tokyo s preparations for the 2020 Games. Tokyo
defeated Istanbul 60-36 in the final round of the IOC
voting. Madrid was eliminated on the first ballot. The
JOC has set up a three-man investigation team probing
whether there were illegal payments. The team met
for the first time yesterday. Takeda "assured me the
JOC has a full open book and the IOC looks forward
to the report of that investigation," Coates said. In
testimony at Japan s parliament, Takeda did not reveal
who in the bid committee met with Tan to broker the
deal in the months leading up to Tokyo s victory in
Possible wrongdoing involving Lamine Diack and
the 2020 Olympic bid race was cited in a WADA-
commissioned investigation of the IAAF. A footnote
to a report by the WADA commission in January indi-
cated that Diack was prepared to sell his vote in
exchange for $5 million in sponsorship for the IAAF.
The report suggested that Diack dropped his support
for Istanbul s bid because Turkey refused to pay, and
also indicated that the Japanese did pay.
IOC concern over probe
into Tokyo 2020 bid
Tokyo 2020 Olympics President Yoshiro Mori
speaks as International Olympic Committee (IOC)
Vice President and IOC Coordination Commission
for Tokyo 2020 Chairman John Coates listens
during a press briefing of the IOC executive
meeting for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 in
Tokyo, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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