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Belize Accepts Possibility of 2014 Referendum, What Will Guate Do?
7News Mon, May 13, 2013
Fred Martinez and 25 other UDP candidates went on to lose the election, which was held a few weeks after that interview. It’s worked out better for him, and for the country because instead [...]Continue Reading →
News5 Belize May 13, 2013
It is not the first time that there has been destruction to Noh Mul. Our records show that in June 1998, similar destructive activity was reported by the Archeology Department on one of the smaller plazas. Fortunately, the damage was not as extensive as [...]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 →
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 [...]Continue Reading →
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 [...]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 →
Press Release by Government of Belize
Belmopan, 25th February, 2013. The Government of Belize, in discharge of its duty to ensure the safety and security of all persons in our country, hereby advises all members of the public that any attempt on their part to clear the Western Border can give rise to serious danger [...]Continue Reading →
On February 18, 2013 By FiWeBelize
Who in their right mind would tell their enemy where their weak spot is?
Related articles Belize Needs to Be Saved From Wilfred “Sedi” Elrington (fiwebelize.com) Carolyn Trench-sandiford on Belize – Guatemala – ICJ (fiwebelize.com) Belizeans and the ICJ Concern (fiwebelize.com) The Guatemalan Claim is [...]Continue Reading →
On February 15, 2013 By FiWeBelize
by Eamon H. Courtenay
On the Channel 5 newscast for February 11, 2012, Hon. Wilfred Elrington, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Attorney General, gave an interview in which he once again acted completely contrary to the national interests of Belize.
Mr. Elrington said: “But because the land border is already defined and the [...]Continue Reading →
On February 14, 2013 By FiWeBelize
By Adam Williams – Feb 12, 2013 12:32 PM CT
Belize’s government proposed extending maturities and cutting the coupon on the country’s $544 million of defaulted debt as part of the Central American nation’s second debt restructuring since 2007.
Prime Minister Dean Barrow’s plan would extend the maturity on the defaulted bonds [...]Continue Reading →
On February 12, 2013 By FiWeBelize
The Referendum is set for October sixth and government has announced that its official position in support of going to the International Court of Justice to resolve the dispute once and for all. At least to the sixty percent of the voting public h is required to validate the referendum and patriotic sentiment is already [...]Continue Reading →
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
12TH FEBRUARY, 2013
GOVERNMENT OF BELIZE – EXTERNAL DEBT RESTRUCTURING MOTION, 2013
_________ .. _________
WHEREAS, the Government of Belize is currently engaged in an exercise to restructure its external debt with a view to achieving a sustainable debt [...]Continue Reading →
On January 25, 2013 By FiWeBelize
Why do we allow ourselves to be told what to do. We keep playing Guatemala’s games which is why they keep doing to us.
Otto Pérez limita a febrero plazo sobre consulta popular
Dos días después de que se diera a conocer la estrategia de Belice sobre la consulta popular prevista para el 6 [...]Continue Reading →
Reading the Prensa Libre, I came across this article, it seems to me it’s more about confusing people than anything else. It’s a lengthy article but worth the time so you can understand what it is we are getting into.
The Spanish Version Preocupa a Guatemala traba a referendo con Belice
Autoridades guatemaltecas expresaron su [...]Continue Reading →
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
THE PRIVATE SECTOR RELEASE ON CRIME
-For Immediate Release-
The Private Sector is gravely concerned about the recent acts of violence in Belize. Although we are less than 3 weeks into the New Year, there has already been a sharp increase in crime, escalating last week with a quadruple murder [...]Continue Reading →
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- Paco Smith. on Noh Mul has been clearly marked since the 90′s