“The project cannot help but being off if everything-acting on the assumption that you are saying that no intervention- reverses the decision on the cut led to so if that is knocked out completely, if this decision is final, irrevocable then there are obviously logical consequences,” said Cabinet Secretary Dr. Roger Luncheon.
He roasted the decision by A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC) for using its one-seat majority to veto the GUY$1.25 billion for constructing the facility at Liliendaal.
The Head of the Presidential Secretariat hoped that the opposition would display “commonsense” and “sober thinking” in abiding by contract law in light of the fact that the opposition had last year approved financing for the project being funded by a loan from
“The government of
The opposition reduced the allocation to zero on grounds that government has provided insufficient answers about previous spending to local and foreign contractors.
Health Minister, Dr Bheri Ramsarran told the House’s Committee of Supply that geo-technical work has been completed on the site to determine the soil structure for the construction of the
Ramsarran, in responding to a question from the AFC’s Khemraj Ramjattan, has declined to say whether he was aware that Surendra Engineering had little or no experience in constructing such health care facilities compared to Fedders Lloyd.
Instead, the Health Minister opted to say that the contract was awarded in a transparent manner.