Posted: Thursday, September 13, 2018. 4:06 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Activist and attorney-at-law, Audrey Matura, has been making media rounds, in respect of the public state of emergency for George and Banak Streets.
In one of her discussions, she reportedly pointed out that this state of emergency allowed for curfews for minors.
Today during a press conference, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, was asked to comment on the matter.
He quickly responded, “I don’t understand why this particular attorney lives in the media and in the public domain distorting information.”
According to Williams, the curfew regulation falls under the Family and Children Act and, “is nothing new.”
He questioned, “Do we want to see our young people, our children, roaming the streets of Belize City at night?”
He then directed the media to ask Ms. Matura if she allowed her children to walk the streets of Belize City at night.
“If she allows her kids to do it, then by all means we can all do the same,” said Williams.
Williams believes children should not be wandering the streets alone at night.
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