Candidates with CIG Contracts
Two candidates have published business interests in government contracts as required by the Cayman Islands (Constitution) Order 1972.
Lists for Cayman Brac and Little Cayman MLA Moses Kirkconnell and candidate for George Town Burns Conolly appear in Extraordinary Gazette No. 26, published Monday, 20 April.
Mr. Kirkconnell listed interest in Brac Information Centre, Ltd which has service agreements with several government entities; retailer Kirkconnell Ltd. where government entities might purchase products; Cayman Brac Power and Light which provides electricity to the Sister Islands; and Moses Kirkconnell/Mabry Kirkconnell which rents office space on Cayman Brac to government.
Mr. Conolly reports his interest in The Burns Conolly Group Limited which has design and engineering contracts for the Summary Courts building and the Law School; a design architect contract with APEC for new MRCU aircraft hangars; and outstanding fees due from the Port Authority on a 2002-2005 project management contract. He also lists his interest in Secure Cayman Ltd. which does locksmith works for various government entities, although no specific contracts are in place.
Section 19(1)(g) of the Cayman Islands (Constitution) Order 1972 states: "No person shall be qualified to be elected as a member of the Assembly who...is a party to, or a partner in a firm or a director or manager of a company which is a party to, any contract with the Government of the Islands for or on account of the public service and has not, in the case of a contested election, caused to be published, at least one month before the day of the poll, a Government Notice setting out the nature of such contract and his interest, or the interest of any such firm or company, therein;..."
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