BKV received a public procurement fine of 50 million, the second time this month. Most recently, they were fined 150 million by the Public Procurement Arbitration Committee.
After 150 it is now 50 million
BKV as a contracting authority has violated its own rules on public procurement of public service providers, therefore it has to pay 50 million in the decision of the Public Procurement Arbitration Committee – writes the 444.hu.
The case of Frankfurt trams
In early November, BKV was fined 150 million for the purchase of trams in Frankfurt. It was also reported by BudaPestkörnyéke.hu at that time.
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Why did they give 150 million?
The arbitration panel decides that BKV has agreed with the Frankfurt transport company on the material issues related to the purchase of low-floor, used trams. This is in breach of the EU Directive and the principles of fair competition and equal opportunities in public procurement law.
There is a problem with the dates
Now it is a small boat on the Danube irregularities were found in the tender. According to the decision, BKV published the announcement on June 11, 2020, and announced the results of an earlier tender, on June 11, 2021, but the binding offer originally expired on August 24, 2020.
It should have been last year, but it only came this year
Although this has been postponed for 60 days, until 19 October 2020, the arbitration committee said that the applications would not be judged until 11 June this year, after the new deadline. You can access the latest news from BudaPestkörnyeke.hu by clicking here.
Are you pecking at Gergely Christmas?
Ever since Gergely Karácsony has been the mayor of Budapest, the Public Procurement Arbitration Committee twice as many lawsuits against companies in the capitalas during the time of István Tarlós’ s city administration, the Telex even after the 150 million case.
The decision cannot be appealed, but there is still an appeal
There is no appeal against the decision. An administrative action may be brought against the decision before the Metropolitan Court within 15 days of service of the decision.
The ball was already in the summer
He could win a tender for Magyar Kikötőfejlesztő és Hajózási Szállemeltető Zrt. With inappropriate references. in a public tender for the operation of BKV vessels – wrote in July a Hungarian Nation. Zsolt Wintermantel, a member of the Board of Directors of BKK, then told the newspaper that until they can see clearly, Gergely Karácsony should forbid concluding contracts.
BKV announced the tender of Magyar Kikötő Fejlesztő és Hajózási Szállemeltető Zrt. (Magyar Kikötő) for the public transport in early July. It is essentially a tender for the operation of small boats on the Danube. An approx. It’s a 2 billion deal anyway.
Will there be shipping now or not?
Of particular interest is the fact that the CEO of BKV, Tibor Bolla, stated at the end of May that It won’t be in 2021 scheduled public transport on the Budapest section of the Danube, as the capital, BKV and BKK are also underfunded due to the coronavirus epidemic.