Amazon Court suspends bidding in Manacapuru

The decision met representation, with request for injunction, formulated by a company that claimed to have been prevented from having access to the bidding documents.
26/07/2017 10h34 - Updated 27/07/2017 11h37

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Decision monocratic, the presiding director of the Amazonas State Court (TCE-AM), Ari Moutinho Junior, He suspended the bidding of the City of Manacapuru, Face mode in Trading (No 021/2017), for the hiring company to provide specialized technical services in clinical analysis for the hospital Lázaro Reis and the Central Laboratory.

The decision, making on Monday afternoon (25), met a representation, with request for injunction, formulated by the company J.A.. Souto Loureiro S/A, who claimed to have been prevented from having access to the bidding documents in Bidding Permanent General Committee (CGPL). The order of the President, already published in the Electronic Official Gazette TEC, He suspended the opening of the trading session scheduled for 13:30 this afternoon of Tuesday (25) the headquarters of the Municipal Secretary of Education, in the center of Manacapuru.

Second J.A.. Souto Loureiro S/A, on two occasions, It denied the company the right, under the law, to have access to the items of the notice, despite having already purchased the same. In this ocasion, CGPL justified to the company that had not provided notice was miscommunication with the Municipal Health, responsible for sending the document. argument was not accepted by the presiding.

In its order, to grant the injunction and inform you about a serious affront to the principle Advertising, provided for in the Federal Constitution, the presiding granted a period of 15 days the president of the Bidding Permanent General Committee, and the local mayor, Betanael da Silva Dangelo, to explain the failures occurred in the bidding process, under penalty of fine and cancellation of the event.

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