Santa Isabel Hall is investigated for irregularities in bidding for the purchase of school desk

Bidding intends to acquire 10 thousand portfolios and the city has only 2.091 students.
19/08/2015 11h59 - Updated 21/08/2015 20h43

The Santa Isabel county Municipality of Rio Negro (distant 631,53 kilometers from the capital) It is being investigated by the Ministry of Amazonas (MP-AM) by irregularities in the bidding process for the acquisition of 10 thousand school desks in the amount of R $ 173,57 each portfolio, and that the city has only 2.091 students, according to data from the education census conducted by the Ministry of Education.

The information is published in the Electronic Journal of MP-AM Justice of the last day 18 of August. The process is a civil inquiry.

The ministerial agency opened the investigation after fault reporting in the bidding process between the Municipality and the company 'FM Metalurgica Ltda'. According to the publication the fact appears as an act of improper conduct for causing damage to public property.

The MP-AM highlights in the publication, the total number of school desks to be acquired is five times greater than the total number of students and represents almost half of the total population of the municipality.

Other materials would be acquired through the process and so the prosecution will investigate all content bidding, since the existence of its realization, to execution of the contracted services and actual payments.

The publication also highlights, notification of Santa Isabel City Hall to provide a complete copy of the bidding procedure, the names, jobs and social security numbers of servers that were the standing committee bidding, from June August 2014, as well as the commitment of administrative notes and payment processes of purchased items.

The prosecutor responsible for the case is Alessandro Samartin Gouveia, who signed the publication on the last day 17 of August.

Source: AM POST Writing

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