Guatemalan national postal service Ends after 12 years of providing services on an ongoing basis, the company mail Guatemala, licensee of postal services in the country, abruptly ended. The process of returning the movable and immovable property to the State of Guatemala, as well as compensation for their workers.
Oscar Navarro, a lawyer for the Legal Department of the DGCT, said the legal figure of the concession contract should go through a process of reversal of goods, so they could not fail to provide that service because it affects internationally for failing the legal rules of the Universal Postal Union.
To date, what actions will take to ensure DGTC postal service is unknown. Since May 2014, the company has sanctions for breach of contract by Q13 million. According Veliz, an aspect to resolve is the figure to be used in case the address management take the postal service, while a new public tender is called.
Guatemalan national postal service Ends? Now what do we do in order to receive mail, packages, stuff? The point of this blog post is to find REAL answers from those in the know that might be able to offer suggestions for those on Facebook and other Social Media sites.
Please lets keep the complaints off this thread and lets focus on offering solutions. If you have an option while the Guatemalan government sorts this out please post a comment.
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