Posted: Wednesday, September 30, 2020. 6:36 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), Galen University, and RSV Media Limited (Love FM/TV) are moving political discussions in Belize forward by parenting up to organize the Prime Ministerial Debate 2020.
The organizers say that they have invited the leaders of the four contesting parties (United Democratic Party, the Peoples’ United Party, the Belize Progressive Party, and the Belize People’s Front) to participate in the event, which will be held under the theme, “Achieving Sustainable Development in Belize.” The organizers said
that, thus far, they have received positive responses to those invitations, and that those positive responses mean political leaders are taking their responsibility to inform the electorate seriously.
“The event is designed to allow all political leaders to constructively debate their plans, agendas, and strategies. It is the Organizers’ view that more than at any other point in our young country’s history, these discussions are especially crucial,” the Organizers said. ” While at the time of writing this press release, the official date of the 2020 General Elections has not formally been announced, the planning committee has agreed that the event will be scheduled for a date two weeks prior to Election Day. The Organizers commit to keeping all stakeholders informed as further details become available.”
Recently, John Saldivar from the UDP, and Nancy Marin from the BPF, made statements regarding the need for political debates in Belize as a means of elevating the level of political discourse in the country.
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