Carolyn Trench Sandiford on Belize – Guatemala – ICJ 1


3 Reasons Why I will vote NO TO THE ICJ…

  1. Belize is a sovereign and independent nation and country with its boundaries defined by possession and its constitution.
  2. For generations, Guatemala has inculcated in the psychic of its people and by action that by right Belize is a part of Guatemala. The recent fiasco at the OAS meeting in Washington with Guatemala blatantly displaying a map of Guatemala including Belize is a testament to this. TIME AND CONSEQUENCE HAVE NOT CHANGED THIS.
  3. Neither will any decision of the ICJ change this unless such decision gives Guatemala what they perceive is theirs.
Carolyn Trench Sandiford

 

I strong stand on behalf of the people of Belize. One must always put their nation and people first, it is an oath that each and every Belizean MUST put into action.

Carolyn Trench SandifordI, do swear that I will bear true faith and allegiance to Belize and will uphold the Constitution and the Law of Belize and that I will faithfully and conscientiously contribute to the development of Belize and discharge my duties and responsibilities as a Belizean citizen.

I will further respect the history and culture of Belize and refrain from any anti-social or criminal activities and devote myself to the service and well-being of the Belizean people. I pledge that I will do everything in my power to promote and strengthen democracy and the rule of law in Belize and will do everything to promote the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Belize.

So Help Me God.

 


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  • Paco Smith

    In keeping with my non-partisan stance, I shall begin by stating categorically, that I support neither the PUP nor the UDP. With that said, I know Carolyn Trench-Sandiford personally, and must say that I acknowledge and appreciate her stance, for there are some influential stalwarts in her party who vehemently support going to the ICJ.

    What this demonstrates is that Carolyn stands for the principles which make our nation what it is and which also makes us Belizean. I salute Carolyn for doing what may not necessarily be the “popular thing” with respect to those who share her political affiliation.

    We need more people who understand the perils of political partisanship and are willing to put country first and foremost.

    Let us see if there are any more brave souls among the ranks of the major political parties.