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Supreme Court Grants PUP Leave to Challenge ICJ Referendum

Supreme Court Grants PUP Leave to Challenge ICJ Referendum
March 15
16:45 2019 - REPORTER NEWSPAPER - By Marion Ali - 

The Supreme Court of Belize today granted the PUP leave to challenge the holding of the ICJ Referendum on April 10th.

Attorney for the Government, Lisa Shoman informed that when the hearing is held, the attorneys for the Government will argue that there be a balance of fairness and a balance of convenience, since the Government had already long set in motion to hold the Referendum on April 10th.

Attorney for the PUP, Eamon Courtenay told reporters that because the matter at hand is one of national importance, there should not be a mad rush to hold the Referendum on April 10th.

The parties will return to Court on April 1 for the injunction hearing.

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