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Only third parties have officially confirmed participation in Prime Ministerial Debate

Posted: Monday, October 19, 2020. 3:28 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Only the political thrid parties: Belize’s People’s Front (BPF) and the Belize Progressive Party (BPP) have officially confirmed participation in the Prime Ministerial Debate being organized jointly by RSV Media Limited, Galen University, and the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI).

The  Leadership Debates Committee (LDC), which is spearheading the debate, issued an update today noting that invitations were sent to the People’s United Party (PUP) and United Democratic Party (UDP) as well as the third parties.

“The PUP and the BPF have presented questions/concerns, which are to be clarified by the LDC,” the Committee said. “The deadline for confirmation by debaters has been set for Friday, October 23rd, and thereafter a joint preparation meeting will be held on Monday, October 26th.”

 The LDC added that, due to quarantine restrictions, the debate is limited to a live broadcast event to be aired on Love FM and Love TV, Estereo Amor, and More FM. Galen, the BCCI and Love FM will also be live streaming the debate on their Facebook pages.

The LDC also noted that a People’s Choice poll will be set up on each Facebook page listed above for voting and viewers are encouraged to use the hashtags  #PMdebate2020 #BZPolitics #BZElections2020 #BCCI #GalenU #LoveFM  when engaging.


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