February 5, 2023


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Editorial — From Amandala “It was in the Queen’s Coronation year that I first set eyes on the country that was later to become my adopted homeland. My father, an administrator in the Colonial Service, had been posted to what was then British Honduras – now Belize – following a spell in the African outpost […]

Belize opposition embraces ICJ referendum over Guatemala claim

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By Youri Kemp From Caribbean News Now a BELIZE CITY, Belize — Opposition People’s United Party (PUP) officials met last week in Belize City to discuss several national issues, including the national referendum slated for April 10, 2019, on whether or not Belize should participate in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) dispute resolution over […]

Belize government has to pay, says lead US attorney

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By Adele Ramos From Amandala BELIZE CITY, Wed. Jan. 11, 2017–As we reported in our mid-week edition, the Government of Belize has lost three petitions filed in the US Supreme Court in an attempt to fight off the enforcement of arbitral awards handed down back in 2009 in disputes with foreign investors over agreements they […]