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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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    EDITORIAL – November 23rd. 2018

EDITORIAL – November 23rd. 2018

A lease is a formal agreement or covenant made between a property-owner and his tenant. It protects both the property-owner and the tenant. Under Belize law a written lease can only be voided by a formal declaration from either side, stating the reasons for bringing the lease to an end.

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    EDITORIAL – November 16th. 2018

EDITORIAL – November 16th. 2018

TO GO OR NOT TO GO !  That is the question By: Harry Lawrence The decision which Belizeans will be called upon to make in the Referendum of April 10, 2019 to go or not to go to the International Court of Justice is perhaps the most important decision we

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    EDITORIAL – November 9th. 2018

EDITORIAL – November 9th. 2018

Belizeans were thrilled this week to learn that the Police had captured eleven Guatemalan smugglers and one Belizean businessman along with 15 bales of cocaine weighing in at 1,056 pounds, and a number of pistols including one heavy caliber hand gun. This was big news! Everybody knows that the cocaine

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    EDITORIAL, November 2nd. 2018

EDITORIAL, November 2nd. 2018

By: Harry Lawrence IF Belize should make the tactical blunder of not going to the ICJ to defend our righteous cause, Guatemala will hail this decision as a victory vindicating her claim! Belize would be playing right into Guatemala’s plan, which is to create an international impression that she has

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    EDITORIAL – October 26th. 2018

EDITORIAL – October 26th. 2018

Last week six of our Belizean journalists were in Mexico City. They had gone there to apply for visas to travel to Europe, to visit the International Court of Justice at the Hague. The visit, with expenses paid, is being sponsored by the United States Foreign Office. The Foreign Office

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