Tender Requested for Honduran ID Card

National Anti-Corruption Authorities demanded for contracting of new ID cards to be made by public tender.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Oswaldo Canales, Council coordinator, warned that the National Registry (RNP) could let the deadline come to pass in order to declare emergency and make a direct purchase for the services, situation which has happened before.

“Canales requested registry authorities not to tarnish government efforts and to follow the due process in hiring the company which will issue the new cards," reports Proceso.hn.

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