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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, May 23, 2014
Tenders are invited for the supply and delivery of Vehicles/Mechanical Equipment for the Trinidad and Tobago Defence
Force (Regiment), Ministry of National Security as follows:
Three (3) Ambulance
Two (2) 10 Cubic Yards Dump Truck
One (1) 4WD Backhoe Loader
Tender documents can be collected between the hours of
at the Central Tenders Board's Office,
116 Frederick Street, Port- of-Spain.
Any further technical information can be obtained during normal working hours from Lieutenant Colonel Peter A.
Sealey, Ag. Staff Officer 11, Finance, Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force Headquarters at telephone number 1-868 634-
Tenders must be accompanied by valid:-
Tenders on the approved tender forms
should be placed in scaled envelopes clearly marked on the outside:-
Envelopes must be addressed to the Chairman, Central Tenders Board, 116 Frederick Street, Port of-Spain and must be
deposited in the
Tenders Box located in the lobby of the Board's Office not later than
Tenders will be opened publicly at the Board's Office shortly thereafter. The tenderer or an authorized representative
may be present at the opening.
Tenderers should note that the dimensions of the
in the Tender Box are
and as such, tenders
should be packaged accordingly.
be considered in any circumstances.
The Board does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender.
The Central Tenders Board reserves the right to cancel the present notice in its entirety or partially, without defraying
any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
Tenderers are advised that they can visit website
for all published Tender Notices.
Attorneys-at-Law & Notaries Public
Third Floor, Sagicor Centre
Nos. 21-25 Independence Avenue
Trinidad and Tobago
Claim No. CV 2014-00118
that this action has been commenced
against you in the Court Office at Harris Street, San
Fernando, by virtue of Claim Form and Statement of Case,
intituled Claim No. CV 2014 00118 in which Sagicor Life
Inc., a company reincorporated under the Companies Act of
Barbados Cap. 308, whose registered office is situate at
Sagicor Financial Centre, Wildey, in the Parish of St.
Michael, in the Island of Barbados and is registered as an
External Company under the Companies Act, Chap. 81:01
of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago, having its Principal
Office situate at Sagicor Financial Centre, Number 16
Queen's Park West, in the City of Port-of-Spain, in the
Island of Trinidad, claims against you the following:
1. The said sum of $51,916.91 as money received by the
Defendant in respect of advances paid by the Claimant.
2. Interest at such rate as this Honourable Court deems just.
4. Such further and/or other relief as to the Honourable
Court may seem just.
And that it has been ordered that service of the Claim Form
and Statement of Case be effected by way of advertisement
in a local daily newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad
and Tobago once weekly for two consecutive weeks.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that you must within
fourteen (14) days from the date of the last publication of
this advertisement, which will appear one week from the
date of this advertisement, enter an appearance form to the
Claim Form and Statement of Case by completing an
appearance form which may be obtained on request from
the Attorneys whose name and address appears above, or by
attending the Court Office, Harris Street, San Fernando,
telephone number 652-4938, Fax 657-1296 on any working
day between the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Monday to
Friday and filling out the same in person or by an Attorney
in default of which judgment may be entered against you.
Dated the of 2014.
The Dominican senate has unani-
mously approved a bill which will set
up a system to grant citizenship to
Dominican-born children of immi-
The bill had already been approved
by the lower house on Friday.
It was proposed by the president
after the country s highest court ruled
last year that the children of undoc-
umented migrants were not automat-
ically eligible for Dominican national-
ity.The ruling drew international crit-
icism and soured relations with Haiti.
The two countries share the island
of Hispaniola and the overwhelming
majority of undocumented migrants to
the Dominican Republic come from
The court s ruling was decried as
"racist" by international rights groups
which accused the Dominican Repub-
lic of discriminating against Haitian
immigrants, who often work in low-
paid and low-skilled jobs. The office
of United Nations High Commissioner
for Human Rights said at the time
that it was "extremely concerned" as
the ruling "may deprive tens of thou-
sands of people of nationality, virtually
all of them of Haitian descent, and
have a very negative impact on their
Simmering tensions between Haiti
and the Dominican Republic were
stoked by the court s decision.
President Danilo Medina had urged
lawmakers to pass the bill swiftly to
create "a country without exclusion
and without discrimination."
The new law will create different
categories for people depending on
whether they have documents proving
they were born in the Dominican
Critics say this still discriminates
against those who do not possess such
documents, but the government says
they will be given the opportunity to
apply for naturalisation two years after
registering in the Dominican Republic.
The law will come into force as soon
as it is officially published. (BBC)
Dominicans of Haitian descent rally in front of
Dominican National Palace holding a sign that reads
in Spanish "President Medina, stand by your word
and reinstate our right" in Santo Domingo on May 8.
DR senate passes citizenship bill
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