PUP pre-election rally held in San Pedro

Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

On Sunday October 25th, the People United Party (PUP) held its pre-election rally in San Pedro Town. The PUP showcased their strength in an all-day event at the Central Park. All the special invited guests along with the PUP Belize Rural South (BRS) Standard Bearer Elito Arceo delivered encouraging speeches to their supporters in attendance.PUP General Elections Rally Elito Arceo-5
As the rally started, the crowd gathered near the stage eager to listen to the presentations. Guest speakers included Orange Walk Central Standard Bearer John Francis Briceño, BRS Standard Bearer Elito Arceo, PUP National Party Chair Henry Charles Usher, Dr. Giovani Solorzano, Florencio Marin and Josue Carballo. “The PUP is wounded, the Belizean person is wounded, San Pedro needs a fighter and a leader, that person is Elito Arceo. We are feeling the strength of our party countrywide, wherever we go we can see that the people want a change, they are tired of the UDP and on November fourth we will show them the power of the people and the People’s United Party,” stated Briceño. The other speakers reiterated the message of change and a better Belize with the PUP.PUP General Elections Rally Elito Arceo-1
One of the remarkable promises made that had the crowd cheering was free education, from primary school to the sixth form level, under a PUP government.PUP General Elections Rally Elito Arceo-6
With lots to eat and drink, the political event was entertained with live performances by Natalie Arceo and music by Electrosoundz and DJ Remedy.


Please help support Local Journalism in Belize

For the first time in the history of the island's community newspaper, The San Pedro Sun is appealing to their thousands of readers to help support the paper during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since 1991 we have tirelessly provided vital local and national news. Now, more than ever, our community depends on us for trustworthy reporting, but our hard work comes with a cost. We need your support to keep delivering the news you rely on each and every day. Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Please support us by making a contribution.

Click to Donate

Follow The San Pedro Sun News on Twitter, become a fan on Facebook. Stay updated via RSS

Leave a Reply

Comments are closed on this post.