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The Ministry of Defense “rethinks” of mobilizing army special forces in Petén – kaibiles-, specifically to areas close to the line of adjacency with Belize, after military bullet injured a Guatemalan, a fact which is attached to a long history of incidents in that area.
Guatemalan soldiers [...]Continue Reading →
On June 9, 2013 By FiWeBelize
28 May 2013 — by Derrick Estrada
On June 19th 2009, the Prime Minister of Belize, the Hon. Dean Barrow, while addressing the proposed 7th amendment to the Belize constitution in the National Assembly uttered the following words:
“Because our laws recognize dual citizenship how then will you turn around, recognizing dual [...]Continue Reading →
We got these pictures showing large sums of money being paid by GOB (Government of Belize) for services not rendered by Imer Hernandez nephew of the Deputy PM of Belize Gaspar Vega.
This is really normal practice with what is called the “Friends and Family Circle” with Belizean politics.
There are numerous scandals rocking the [...]Continue Reading →
Worth over half a million dollars, the main structures on the John McAfee estate in Carmelita, Orange Walk are now ashes as a result of a nearby bushfire lit on the adjoining property. Uninsured, the fire started at 1:00 this afternoon rapidly spreading throughout the compound. Two years ago, the GSU found an arsenal of [...]Continue Reading →
In a stunning milestone for justice in Central America, a Guatemalan court recently charged former dictator Efraín Rios Montt with genocide for his brutal war against the country’s Mayan people in the 1980s — and Pamela Yates’ 1983 documentary, When the Mountains Tremble, provided key evidence for bringing the indictment. Granito: How to Nail a [...]Continue Reading →
For quite some time now, some of us have stated emphatically that going to the ICJ is not a viable option through which Belize should seek an end to Guatemala’s unfounded claim to our sovereign territory.
During this period, we have been maligned by those who opt to tow the line and adhere to the [...]Continue Reading →
On May 14, 2013 By FiWeBelize
Something that seems to be a norm in Belize has made it’s way into the International Media’s eye. The senseless and ignorant destruction of our Belizean Heritage and History.
Who caused the destruction? A political affiliate and aspirant for the UDP party Denny Grijalva. Quote from 7NewsBelize:
The name we saw on the [...]Continue Reading →
On May 11, 2013 By FiWeBelize
11th May 2013 BELIZE COALITION FOR JUSTICE CALLS FOR BOYCOTT OF RESCHEDULED REFERENDUM
Following the recent meeting held between Belize’s Foreign Affairs personnel and their Guatemalan counterparts at the OAS Headquarters in Washington, D.C., under the aegis of the OAS Secretary General, it was announced that the decision was taken to [...]Continue Reading →
Surfing around on the internet for articles of interest I stumbled upon this, maybe someone out there with more education on these matter will make more of this than I can and would share it with us in an honest setting with no political motivation.
ENRIQUE HUBBARD URREA BELIZE: VECINO IGNORADO LA PERSPECTIVA DE UN [...]Continue Reading →
Published: Friday | April 12, 2013 on The Gleamer
It is urgent that the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) engage the global community for help in sending a clear message to Guatemala that there will be no reward for bad behaviour, including, as seems to be the intent of the Central American country, squirming out [...]Continue Reading →
Guatemala refused to resume negotiations until Britain reduced its troop strength in Belize. It was not until 1975, after Belize’s election in late 1974 that the talks resumed. However, Guatemala’s position seemed to have hardened since they were demanding the cession of the southern quarter of Belize in return for recognizing the independence of the [...]Continue Reading →
The dispute moved now to the “court phase.” Guatemala proposed arbitration, and Britain suggested taking the matter to the Hague Court. Guatemala was not in favour of the dispute being examined purely on a legal basis. In July 1939, Guatemala published a White Book on her claims, and in 1940 Britain again offered arbitration in [...]Continue Reading →
March 7th marked a full year into the 2nd term of the current Government of Belize Administration, that’s 6 years as the crow flies. We would like to hear from you on how they have been doing and rate their job performance; they do after all, work for you. Once you vote, please leave a [...]Continue Reading →
An ambitious young Dominican College pupil is bidding to become the first non-national member from Northern Ireland in the UK Youth Parliament.
14-year-old Ramel Flores, who is in his fourth year at the Portstewart college, is running in the East Londonderry constituency.
Already cutting out a future political career for himself, Ramel lists his interests [...]Continue Reading →
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