his company had acquired the documents with the requirements and specifications, but did not present any offer last February 19th, occasion in which the envelopes were opened in the Ministry of Economy.
Last week, however, the firm chose to withdraw the demand, and with this, the tender process could go on, according to the lawyer of the Treasury, Raúl Sapena Giménez. With this decision, the evaluation committee of the offers will be able to do the task to recommend the awarding for the casino operation in the capital city of the country.
Three firms will participate in the tender process: Cosmopolitan Club SA (attorney-in-fact Juan Eduardo Capilla); S.E.S. SA (attorney-in-fact Juan Carlos Vallejos) and La Gloria Hotelería SA (attorney-in-fact Alberto Andreani).
The greatest offer was presented by La Gloria, with a us$ 93,886 monthly fee plus 2% a month on utilities; followed by Cosmopolitan, with us$ 87,278 a month, plus 2% per month on utilities; and then S.E.S. with us$ 83,122 a month, plus 2% a month on utilities.
All the participants presented mutual observations to the documents delivered, among others, insurance policies to maintain the offer.
Conajzar also plans to call for a tender process to award casinos in the Central department: Fernando de la Mora, San Lorenzo, Lambaré, Luque, Capiatá, Mariano Roque Alonso and Itauguá.
In the first call performed in February, there were no offers to operate the above mentioned game of chance in these cities. Nowadays, the casinos authorized by Conajzar operate in Asunción, Alto Paraná, Amambay, Itapúa, Cordillera and Misiones.