Saturday, May 18, 2024

General Elections

Belize in 2020: New UDP Party Leader, ICJ court case begins, General Elections

Belize will see three major events in 2020 that will impact Belizeans in many ways. On the list is the possible change in government with the election of a new party leader in the ruling United Democratic Party (UDP) and General Elections. Then there is the hearing of Guatemala’s submissions regarding rights to Belize at the International Court of Justice (ICJ). The election of UDP’s party leader and the ICJ court hearings are expected to take place within the first five months of this year. The General Elections date has yet to be announced by the Government of Belize.

Two major political parties launch their manifesto

On Wednesday, October 21st the two main political parties in Belize, the People’s United Party (PUP) and the United Democratic Party (UDP) simultaneously launched...

Editorial: Does your candidate fit this criteria?

  Deciding which candidate to vote into office is simply a matter of party affiliation for many people.  Others, however, cast their votes based on...

Editorial: Color versus Conscience

Now that the election season is upon us we should all take the time to consider our choices. What about trying something different? Instead...

Belize Independent Development Research Group conducts Election Survey

An online analysis conducted by the Belize Independent Development Research Group (BIDRG) recently compiled information with the sole aim of getting an idea on...

PUP hosts Endorsement Convention

The Belize Rural South (BRS) People’s United Party (PUP) town council slate and standard bearer hosted their first endorsement convention on Saturday, August 23rd...

Heredia re-elected as Belize Rural South Area Rep.

On Wednesday, March 7th United Democratic Party (UDP) incumbent Jose Manuel Heredia JR was re-elected as Belize Rural South (BRS) Area Representative.

Polling Station Status Update: 10AM

As of 10:00am a total of 1157 votes have been cast for the Belize Rural South General Election, which amount to 16.29% of the total electorate. For the San Pedro Town Council Municipal Elections, 850 Electorates have come out to vote, which represent 13.5% of the total eligible to vote.