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Posted: Saturday, March 5, 2022. 5:19 pm CST.

By Rubén Morales Iglesias

Minister of Infrastructure Development and Housing Julius Espat handed over three modular homes in San Narciso, Corozal, totalling five houses given to their new owners in the Corozal District this week, according to Area Representative Ramiro Ramirez.

The houses were handed over to Oscar Patt, Arnulfo Moralez, and Aicela Barrera, said Ramirez.

“This is the first house we are handing over in the Corozal District,” said Minister of Infrastructure Development and Housing Julius Espat as he presented the first of five houses in the Corozal District. Apart from the three in Corozal Southwest, the MIDH also presented two houses in Paraiso in Corozal North.

“First of all, I want to give thanks to my constituency because of the support,” said Ramirez.

“We promised to help the people with the Blue Manifesto and we are trying to do our best. In the future we want to do more because that is one of our commitments with the people of Corozal Southwest.”

“We built three in San Narciso and two more are being built in Santa Clara. Maybe we’re going to inaugurate them in two months’ time.”

Ramirez said that the work in his constituency entails more than just houses.

“The development of Corozal Southwest is not only houses, we have sugar cane roads that is going on, we have village roads that is going on, thanks to the Minister Julius Espat and his CEO Victor Espat,” he said.

Minister Espat agreed with Ramirez saying that the MIDH has also been working on the sugar roads and the village streets.

“Our commitment is to continue this task and it’s a pleasure to work alongside Ramiro,” he said speaking in Spanish.

“This house is important, it’s having a home, it’s having pride, it’s having an opportunity in life to be able to improve peoples’ lives,” he said.

Espat said his government has an agenda based on the commitment made to the people.

“Yes, towards the people who have supported us, but also to all the citizens of Belize. We cannot forget them. At election time, we draw a line. When it’s not election time, our responsibility is to all. At times it’s difficult to think like that but that’s how it has to be,” Minister Espat said.

He promised to return to Corozal Southwest when he can offer them more.

“I want to come back with a bigger budget next year to build more roads, more streets in the villages and more houses for you. Thank you for having us here,” he closed.

“We cannot satisfy everybody, but we’re trying to do as much as we can, nationally, not only in my constituency,” Ramirez said.


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