National Trade Union Congress of Belize expresses refusal to buckle to name calling re-affirmation their support for the BSCFA and a plea to BSCFA members to remain united. Press Release (For Immediate Release) January 08, 2015 The National Trade Union Congress of Belize; makes an impassioned plea to the members of the Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association, to remain united. There is no way you can come through on the most beneficial end of this matter; if you now fall prey to the plot that has been skillfully weaved and orchestrated to break you up. Whilst this Congress is being […]
December 29, 2014 Press Release (For Immediate Release) The Rod of Correction (ROC) has been following with much concern, the developments that have been taking place regarding the start of the sugar cane crop for the Belize Sugar Industry (BSI) and Belize Sugar Cane Farmers Association (BSCFA). What has been become abundantly clear to ROC is the observation that it is definitively possible for the sugar cane delivery season to be declared open, even in the absence of a signed agreement. This, the Rod of Correction would like to encourage the cane farmers of the north to take heed to. […]
Press Release (For Immediate Release) December 19, 2014 ASR/BSI CANNOT BE TRUSTED AS THEY KEEP MOVING THE GOAL POST! The National Trade Union Congress of Belize denounces the conduct of ASR/BSI in their seeking to change the terms of the previously settled agreement without going back to the cane-farmers; having already conceded to the oppressive and unfair terms pushed by ASR/BSI with the intervention of no less than the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister. The latest blatant attempt by ASR/BSI to undermine the cane farmers comes in the form of them now not wanting the legally established Sugar industry […]
We recently got hold of some of the land documents showing where the minister has either given or sold at dirt cheap, land to his family. The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Natural Resources has literally said that because him and his family are not “NORMAL” Belizeans that these actions are ok and the Prime Minister actually backs him up.
And finally tonight, we have the Prime Minister speaking on the controversial Rosewood Amnesty. It finished on Friday and the Forestry Department is now tallying all that will be stamped and approved for export. The amnesty has been roundly, almost universally condemned, and the PM says, he hears it well enough. Hon. Dean Barrow “I cannot be disrespectful of public opinion but I still think that that was a legitimate, simple and practical way to go. Look there’s talk of principals that were involved and connection to the UDP. While those that do the actual exports are limited in number […]