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Sale By Mortgagee
The property is being sold "as is" without any responsi-
bility of the vendor to provide statutory approvals, sur-
veying data or warranty on its suitability for use for any
The mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or
any offer. The property will be sold subject to all rates,
taxes and other outgoings that may be due at the time of
SUPPLY OF SIXTY (60) PERSONAL COMPUTERS FOR THE NATIONAL LIBRARY
1. NALIS invites tenders for the supply of:
Sixty (60) Personal Computers for the National Library
2. Tender documents can be collected from the Procurement Manager, Finance Division, 4th Floor, National Library Building between
the hours of 8:30am -- 3:30pm Monday to Friday Requests for information required should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The
deadline for clari cation is Wednesday July 24, 2013.
3. The item speci cations are attached. See Appendix IV
4. Suppliers submitting tenders who are registered for the purpose of Value Added Tax must, where applicable:
i. Provide a Value Added Tax clearance certi cate, and
ii. Show the VAT separately adjacent to the tender price
5. Tenders must be submitted with the following :
i. A Company pro le
ii. References and contact numbers
iii. Experience record showing last three (03) projects, clients and costing
iv. Financial Reference (and contact number)
v. NIS Compliance Certi cate
vi. Literature and speci cations of equipment
vii. Delivery time for item
viii. Warranty on equipment
ix. Availability of critical spares for equipment where applicable
6. One (1) original and Three (03) copies of the tender bid are to be submitted, and must be enclosed in sealed envelopes and deposited
in the Tenders Box on the Fourth (4th) oor at the National Library Building, Cor. Hart St & Abercromby St, Port-of-Spain, no later than
1:00pm Wednesday July 31, 2013. The envelopes must be addressed to the Executive Director and marked;
NALIS: Invitation to Tender for the Supply of Sixty (60) Personal Computers for the National Library
7. NALIS reserves the right to reject tenders under the following conditions:
i. Tenders received unsigned or without an Income Tax/VAT Certi cate (where applicable).
ii. Tenders received in unsealed envelopes
iii. Tenders found with alterations or erasures of any kind, not initialed by the supplier
8. The Board does not bind itself to accept any tender.
9. Late tenders will not be considered under any circumstances.
10. The opening of tenders will be conducted at 1:15pm on Wednesday July 31, 2013 on the 4th oor of the National Library Building,
Hart & Abercromby Sts., and Port-of-Spain. Each supplier may, if they so desire, have a representative present for the opening on the
aforementioned date and time.
11. The deposit slot on the tender box measures 8cm (3.25in) high and 30cm (12in) wide. Please ensure that tender packages are able to t
or it will not be accepted unless if deposited in the tender box provided.
12. PLEASE VISIT THE NALIS WEBSITE FOR THE COMPLETE RFP at www.nalis.gov.tt
TUNIS---Amina Sboui, the impris-
oned Tunisian member of the
Ukrainian women s group Femen,
is facing new charges following an
altercation with a prison guard, her
defence lawyer said yesterday.
Sboui, 19, shocked Tunisians in
March by posting topless photos of
herself online to denounce the mis-
treatment of women in the kind of
seminude protest favoured by Femen.
She was later arrested on May 19
for scrawling the name of the group
on the wall of a cemetery in the
Tunisian city of Kairouan, where
ultraconservative Muslims had
planned an annual conference.
Tunisia is known as one of the
most progressive Arab states, espe-
cially in terms of women s rights, but
Sboui s case has challenged the limits
of tolerance, especially of a govern-
ment controlled by Islamists and it
has become the latest battleground
over the identity of the country.
She has been charged with belong-
ing to a criminal organisation, under-
mining public morals and desecrating
a cemetery, which could result in an
eight-year prison term upon con-
viction. She has been in prison for
two months, and no trial date has
Her lawyer, Halim Meddeb, said
Sboui is now facing two new charges,
"insulting a civil servant in the exer-
cise of his duty" and "defamation of
a civil servant" after she tried to stop
a guard from allegedly beating anoth-
He said that Sboui would appear
in court on Monday to respond to
the new charges, which could result
in 18 months imprisonment.
The feminist has already been con-
victed of the minor charge of carrying
pepper spray and fined about US$180
under an 1894 law against carrying
"burning objects." The prosecution
has appealed that verdict by calling
for at least a six-month prison term.
In a statement Wednesday, Human
Rights Watch condemned the mul-
tiple charges against Sboui, suggesting
they are politically motivated and
calling for her to be released until
"Prosecutors seem to be piling on
serious charges against Amina Sboui
that hardly seem to have anything
to do with what she may have done,"
said Eric Goldstein, the deputy Mid-
dle East and North Africa director
for the group.
"Amina Sboui could be stuck in
pre-trial detention for up to 14
months and then serve a long prison
term, if convicted for what was a
Imprisoned feminist faces new charges
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