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    Editorial – April 5th. 2019

Editorial – April 5th. 2019

This week the Supreme Court issued an injunction supporting an application from the People’s United Party to delay the long planned referendum of April 10. This referendum is to consult the voters of Belize on whether or not Belize should go to arbitration at the ICJ in response to the

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    Editorial – March 29th., 2019

Editorial – March 29th., 2019

For decades Guatemala has been resisting the idea of going to the ICJ to test her territorial claim against Belize. When she finally relented, she wanted to submit her claim under a protocol known as ex aequo et bono,which would allow her to introduce the question of compensation for Britain’s

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    EDITORIAL – March 22nd. 2019

EDITORIAL – March 22nd. 2019

Referendum Day, Wednesday April 10, is only three weeks away. On that day the voters of Belize will make a decision concerning the future safety of Belize. Voters will be consulted on whether Belize should take her case for ownership of the whole land to the International Court of Justice.

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    EDITORIAL – March 15th. 2019

EDITORIAL – March 15th. 2019

By Mr. Henry Lawrence – Guatemala’s revised Constitution of 1951 claimed the whole of Belize as her 23rd Province, and even though she professed that she wanted to settle the dispute by negotiated settlement, there were times when she threatened to use force to enforce her claim. As the end

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    EDITORIAL – March 8th.

EDITORIAL – March 8th.

By Mr. Henry Lawrence, What more do we need to do to prove to Belizeans that it is perfectly safe for us to take our case against Guatemala to the ICJ? We have demolished the Guatemalan argument about Uti Posidetis by showing that she did not inherit any Caribbean coastland

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    EDITORIAL – March 1st.

EDITORIAL – March 1st.

By Mr. Henry Lawrence The Guatemalan position, that it can use its Congress and Constitutional Assembly to pass resolutions that affect Belize’s borders is based on a misconception. The man who started all this, President Jorge Ubico, believed that if Guatemala rejected the 1859 Treaty, the agreement which established Belize’s

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    Editorial – February 22nd.

Editorial – February 22nd.

It is deeply distressing to learn that there are many Belizeans who will not be able to receive their voter registration cards on time for April 10 because their birth certificates cannot be found! This is a grave situation because the Belize Constitution guarantees to every Belizean man and woman

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    EDITORIAL – February 15th.

EDITORIAL – February 15th.

By Mr. Henry Lawrence It is not true! It is not true that the Belize-Guatemala Boundary Dispute is one and the same as the Anglo -Guatemala Dispute ! This claim was made as recently as this week by Major Lloyd Jones, former Commandant of the Belize Defence Force, during an

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