BELMOPAN, Belize (CMC) â The Cuban Ambassador to Belize, Lissette Perez, says Havana will continue its cooperation programmes with Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries as it embarks upon a new era in the election...
Elections at the Cycling Federation of Belize are scheduled for next Saturday, but there is growing concern that all is not above board. The federation is currently led by former [...]
During the budget debate at the end of March, Prime Minister Dean Barrow called out Opposition Leader John BriceÃ±o accusing him of dubiously amassing huge acreages of land in the [...]
For a second time in a few weeks, Corozal North Area Representative Hugo Patt has been named Acting Prime Minister.Â The appointment comes in the absences of Prime Minister Barrow [...]
On Monday, Opposition Leader John BriceÃ±o told News Five that government has fallen short of meaningfully consulting with the Peopleâs United Party on what has long been a national issue.Â [...]
Deputy Prime Minister Patrick Faber has chimed in on the outcome of Guatemalaâs referendum, sharing with the media a personal view on the democratic process in the absence of a [...]
In the absence of Prime Minister Barrow and Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington, we sought a reaction to Sundayâs outcome from Opposition Leader John BriceÃ±o.Â The head of the Peopleâs United [...]
Belize City Mayor Bernard Wagner has been facing serious criticism since deciding to lend financial assistance to needy residents via a social program at City Hall.Â Despite having cleared up [...]
On the Belize side, questions have been raised about how the message about the validity of Guatemalaâs claim is getting out. There appears to be a disconnect between the politicians [...]
On Sunday, Guatemalans head to the polls to cast their vote in a referendum. It is part one of a process that could lead both Guatemala and Belize to settle [...]
Equipping the Belize Police Department with current law books is equally as important as providing officers with handcuffs and service weapons.Â In fact, the fight against crime requires that all [...]
Guatemalans are headed to the polls on Sunday to vote on whether the age-old territorial dispute with Belize should go before the International Court of Justice for determination.Â It is [...]
There has been back and forth on social media on the cheques endorsed by Mayor Bernard Wagner for the social assistance programme. The comments have been drawn along political lines, [...]
Three candidates vied for the presidency of the Christian Workersâ Union during Saturdayâs annual general meeting at the Bishop Sylvestre Memorial Center in Belize City: activist Moses Sulph, media executive...
Beginning today and until next week Tuesday, Hugo Patt, the Minister of Local Government, Rural Development, Public Service, Energy and Public Utilities will be acting as Prime Minister. It is [...]
The Christian Workersâ Union holds its annual general meeting on Saturday at the Bishop Sylvestre Memorial Center. It will be highlighted by elections for a new executive after the departure [...]
Less than a month after he was beaten at the polls, former Belize City Councilor and CEMO Coordinator since 2006, Phillip Willoughby has been appointed the new National Operations Officer [...]
In December of 2016, Belizeâs Senate, which has sole responsibility for ratification of treaties, protocols and other official documentation, ratified along party lines the 2008 Special Agreement and 2015 amendment....
The Opposition Peopleâs United Party had objected to the calling of any state of emergency or declaration of public emergency areas by the Governor General, accusing the Prime Minister of [...]
In the aftermath of a horrifically violent weekend in March, Prime Minister Dean Barrow announced a package of anti-crime measures. Under Section eighteen of the Constitution, the Governor General was [...]
Orange Walk police are reporting the burglary of the home of well-known businessman and former politician Orlando âLandyâ Burns. According to a report made by the fifty-nine-year-old victim, sometime between...
PORT OF SPAIN â The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has dismissed an appeal filed by six people against the Supervisor of Elections and the Belize government after they said they were unable...
Is calling out C.E.O. of Agriculture Jose Alpuche for also being the chairman of the Belize Agricultural Health Authority political mischief, or is there a legitimate concern that his dual [...]
Two significant events are on the horizon: on April fifteenth, Guatemalans head to the polls to vote on the I.C.J. question, and in July, re-registration of Belizeâs voters is scheduled [...]
Leading the governmentâs response was senator and Attorney General Michael Peyrefitte. His Ministry is responsible for managing the countryâs legal and judicial services and is the focal point for such [...]