Published 11th April 2017, 1:33pm
Candidates in the next election have until 24 April 2017 to publish the nature of any public service contracts from which they may benefit in the Cayman Islands Gazette.
Currently only two issues of the extraordinary gazette remain open for publication prior to that date: Wednesday 19 April and Friday 21 April. The deadline for publication is noon on the day before publication.
Content may be submitted by visiting the Gazette Office, in Government Information Services, on the 2nd floor of the Government Administration Building on Elgin Avenue, Grand Cayman. Persons with questions should call 244-1752, or email caymangazettes.gov.ky. There is a minimum cost of $600 plus $150 for every page over four pages.
Elections officials note that failure by candidates to publish their interests in the Gazette by the deadline, is a disqualifying criteria pursuant to section 62 (1) (g) of the Cayman Islands Constitution Order (2009). There is no requirement to publish for persons who are not party to any public service contracts.. The Elections Office recommends that candidates consult their legal counsel with any questions as to what should be published.