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The site comprises of
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On site is a five (5) storey
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The Account Manager
Commercial Business Centre
First Citizens Bank
Corner Park and Henry Streets
Bids must follow the guidelines herein given to ensure
they are duly considered
Bids must be received by 2.00 p.m on September 12, 2013.
No late bids will be considered
1. The Property is being sold "as is" and subject to any statutory outgoings
that may be outstanding at the point of sale.
2. The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
3. Unsuitable bids wili not be acknowledged.
WORKERS COMPENSATION ACT
Re: Death of Dexter Bernard
A workman lately employed with Thor Security Services
Compensation in the above matter having been deposited with me
under Section 8 of the Workmen's Compensation Ordinance, the
dependants of the said Dexter Bernard are hereby required to
appear before the Commissioner on Friday the 25th day of
October, 2013, at 9:00 a.m. in the forenoon at the San Fernando
Supreme Court, when the Commissioner shall proceed to deter-
mine the distribution thereof.
Proof of relationship of dependants to the deceased workman will
be required by the Commissioner to be furnished by claimants at
the enquiry. Such proof to be in the form of certificates of birth and
of marriage as in the circumstances be necessary.
A claimant for funeral expenses of the deceased must submit and
prove his claim to the Commissioner on or before the 25th day of
Dated this 12th day of August, 2013.
Supreme Court of Judicature
MEXICO CITY---A Mexican leftist
leader has rallied thousands in Mexico
City to oppose President Enrique Pena
Nieto s proposal to open the state-
owned oil sector to profit-sharing
contracts with private firms.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador calls
the reform proposal "treason" and "a
filthy, shameless robbery."
The former presidential candidate
said yesterday that Mexico s proven
reserves lie on land and in shallow
coastal waters, and no private firms are
needed to drill for that oil.
Pena Nieto proposed the reform in
August, saying state-owned oil monop-
oly Pemex needs foreign expertise and
technology in shale gas and deep-water
Pena Nieto pledged to announce
another reform to rework the country s
inefficient tax policy.
Lopez Obrador claims the president
will tax Mexicans more to replace rev-
enue lost because of the planned oil
SANTIAGO---Dozens of masked
protesters have hurled stones,
burned barricades and clashed
with police following a march to
remember the victims of a 1973
coup that toppled Chilean Pres-
ident Salvador Allende.
Police responded with tear gas.
Yesterday s disturbance broke
out after a march honouring the
roughly 40,000 people killed,
imprisoned or tortured by the dic-
tatorship of Augusto Pinochet after
he overthrew the socialist Allende
on September 11, 1973. (AP)
Clashes erupt as Chileans
remember Salvador Allende
Demonstrators burn a barricade as they hold a effigy representing US president
Obama with a cap and a mock US flag during disturbance after a march marking
the 40th anniversary of the coup against former president Salvador Allende in
Santiago, Chile, yesterday. Allende was overthrown by a US-backed military coup
led by Gen Augusto Pinochet on September 11, 1973. The writing on top of the
flag reads in Spanish, "White dressed up as black." AP PHOTO
Mexican left slams oil reform
KINSHASA---The leader of east-
ern Congo s M23 rebel movement
said yesterday the group will dis-
band only if another rebel group
that is composed of ethnic Rwan-
dan Hutu fighters is disarmed and
Congolese refugees return home
from neighbouring countries.
"We are ready to disarm but for
these two conditions," Bertrand
Bisimwa, the M23 president, told
The Associated Press by phone.
He said the Democratic Forces
for the Liberation of Rwanda, or
FDLR, should be disarmed before
M23 can be disbanded. In the past
Rwanda has justified military inter-
vention in Congo to protect itself
from the FDLR, some of whose
core members took part in the
1994 Rwanda genocide.
Bisimwa s comments came on
the eve of renewed peace talks with
Congo s government in the Ugan-
dan capital, Kampala. The talks
have repeatedly stalled since they
started last December, and Con-
golese President Joseph Kabila said
on Saturday that government
troops were prepared to resume
their offensive against the rebels
if the talks failed.
The M23 rebel group, which
briefly captured the eastern city
of Goma last November, is made
up of hundreds of Congolese sol-
diers mostly from the Tutsi ethnic
group who deserted the national
army last year after accusing the
government of failing to honour
the terms of a deal signed in March
2009. The rebels are widely
believed to be backed by the gov-
ernment of Rwanda, a charge
Rwanda denies despite evidence
presented by United Nations
experts and Human Rights Watch.
In the recent fighting, however,
Congolese troops were boosted by
a special intervention brigade of
UN troops who, unlike the other
17,000 peacekeepers stationed in
the vast Central African nation,
have a mandate to attack the
Bisimwa said that if M23 dis-
banded its fighters would have no
interest in being integrated into
the Congolese army.
"Nobody is interested in any-
thing else," he said. "M23 will not
be a political party. Each one will
take care of his cabbages and car-
rots, because we are herders, farm-
ers and merchants."
Lambert Mende, the Congolese
government spokesman, said Kabi-
la s administration had no problem
with the conditions set by M23,
noting that the government has
long been working for the return
of refugees and considers the FDLR
to be "a negative force just like
Both conditions, however, would
be difficult to meet, especially given
the government s inability to sta-
bilise Congo s volatile east. (AP)
Congo's M23 rebels
set conditions for
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