Sunday, June 23, 2024


Confirmed: Belize Rural South votes YES to the ICJ

With a margin of 516 YES votes from San Pedro Town, Belize Rural South votes yes to the ICJ. Caye Caulker registered a NO vote by a margin of 44. Across the country, unofficial reports have the ‘YES’ vote leading, with 65% of the 148,500 re-registered electorates having participated in the Referendum.

New Voter’s ID ready for pick up on Ambergris Caye

The island branch began issuing IDs primarily for those who had re-registered in July 2018, but they hope to have the remaining IDs in the coming days.

Cabinet Unanimously Supports a ‘Yes’ Vote in ICJ Referendum

Cabinet also urges all Belizeans to become informed on why this is the best option for Belize to move forward in its national development, free of the burden and costs of Guatemala’s groundless claim.

Guatemala includes Belize’s map in official government advertisements and new drivers’ licenses

The Guatemalan government has on several occasions openly stated that they do not recognize borders between both countries and remains to include Belize annexed to their map in official propaganda and documents.

Secretary General of the Commonwealth supports Belize’s integrity and weighs in on the upcoming ICJ referendum

Secretary General of the Commonwealth, the Right Honourable Patricia Scotland, reaffirmed the organization’s staunch support of Belize’s sovereignty and territorial integrity during her two-day visit to the country on October 1st and 2nd.

Qualified Belizean Voters once again encouraged to Re-register

Elections and Boundaries Department reminds everyone that you cannot vote in any election or referendum if you are not registered.

Mass voter re-registration process comes to an end

A total of 121, 496 people were re-registered to vote during the Elections and Boundaries Department campaign throughout the country from Monday, July 2nd to Friday, August 31st.

Belize sets April 10, 2019 for ICJ referendum

Following a Cabinet meeting, the Government of Belize (GOB) has set April 10, 2019, as the date for the referendum to resolve the Guatemalan’s claim to Belize at the International Court of Justice (ICJ).