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  • Editorial – May 10th. 2019 We expected that there would be many loyal PUP’s who would not be following the party line to vote against taking Belize’s case to the ICJ. And so it happened....
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  • Editorial – April 26th. 2019 One of the first things the ICJ will consider when it takes up the Belize-Guatemala dispute is Guatemala’s claim to uti possidetis as inheritors of land once owned by Spain....
    EDITORIAL – January 25th. 2019

EDITORIAL – January 25th. 2019

By Harry Lawrence The disappearance of the young woman, Anisha Young, not seen since the morning of December eighth when she vanished after socializing with her boyfriend at a nightclub, continues to baffle and at the same time irritate her many supporters who have been following the macabre developments which

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    EDITORIAL – January 18th. 2019

EDITORIAL – January 18th. 2019

By: Harry Lawrence It has nothing to do with whether going to the ICJ is a good idea or a bad idea. This is simply a matter of hitting back at the UDP, and saying “No” because the UDP at this time needs bi-partisan support to make the Guatemalan claim

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    EDITORIAL – January 11th. 2019

EDITORIAL – January 11th. 2019

By Mr. Harry Lawrence This week in Washington, Senator Patrick Leahy, (Dem. of Vermont) severely criticized President Jimmy Morales of Guatemala for his actions in barring a U.N. backed special prosecutor from re-entering the country. Ivan Velasquez is the lead prosecutor of CICIG (Commission against Impunity in Guatemala) which has

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    EDITORIAL – January 4th. 2018

EDITORIAL – January 4th. 2018

By: Mr. Harry Lawrence – All of Belize has been galvanized by the reports of the disappearance of Anisha Young, 23, who disappeared after attending a Christmas party on the night of December 8. By now the family is convinced that Anisha, a petite young woman from Southside Belize City

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    EDITORIAL – December 21st. 2018

EDITORIAL – December 21st. 2018

By: Mr. Harry Lawrence Christmas is a season of joy and generosity, of thanksgiving for what we have, and remembering that what we have has been given to us from on high. It was gratifying therefore to hear Prime Minister Dean Barrow address his colleagues from across the floor of

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    EDITORIAL – December 14th. 2018

EDITORIAL – December 14th. 2018

BY: Mr. Harry Lawrence The Police Department announced last week that it had arrested and detained a group of senior public officers for what appeared to be contraband goods. The announcement said the men would not be tried in open court, but the matter would be dealt with privately at

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    EDITORIAL – December 7th. 2018

EDITORIAL – December 7th. 2018

Sometimes the men and women opposed to the idea of Belize taking our case to the ICJ express the view that it is humiliating for Belize, an independent state, to subject her sovereignty to the authority of the International Court of Justice on a high-stakes claim such as Guatemala is

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    EDITORIAL – November 30th. 2018

EDITORIAL – November 30th. 2018

A lot of people still do not understand the important role that the ICJ can play in favour of Belize. Some people still think that we can ignore the new initiative by Guatemala, which is to invoke the powers of the ICJ to put hurt on Belize. Stripped down to

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