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Albert Representative Tracey Taegar-Panton: ‘Everything gaan up!’

Posted: Tuesday, November 16, 2021. 11:29 am CST.

By Aaron Humes: Belizeans hardly need reminding that we are paying more these days for everything.

Albert area representative Tracy Taegar-Panton gave a rundown starting with fuel, which by her count has been adjusted 44 times in a year, but is at its highest.

Basic foodstuffs, whether imported or locally produced, have risen in prices – even the humble pigtail and Ramen noodles.

Medications cost more if they can be found. But a salary cut has stretched the dollar more than ever even as the SuperBond is retired and Belize saves millions.

The solution is simple says Taegar-Panton: reduce the fuel tax and pay forward our savings as well as reintroduce safety nets such as Food Pantry, etc.

 

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