Thursday, 10 August 2017 16:14

MSJ Supports Calls For PM To Disclose Procurement Details For Inter-island Ferries

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The Movement for Social Justice says there must be at minimum, full disclosure on what transpired with the Ocean Flower 2 passenger ferry.
And as a result it is supporting calls for the Prime Minister to provide all the details of the procurement process of the Cabo Star and Ocean Flower 2. 
In a statement the MSJ says the people must be informed as to how the provider - Bridgemans Services Group came to the attention of the port and Ministry of Works and Transport, and how it was contracted to provide the vessels: whether there was a process of open tendering or select tendering and if so, which companies were invited to tender; and how and based on what criteria was Bridgemans selected. 
The MSJ also says someone must be held to account for this imbroglio.
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