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Posted: Wednesday, January 24, 2024. 9:25 am CST.

By Zoila Palma Gonzalez: Around the country, municipal candidates have hit the ground campaigning and listening to the concerns of Belizeans.

Municipal slates from both major political parties are also presenting their plans for development.

Leader of the Opposition, Shyne Barrow indicated to 7News Belize that the UDP will win atleast 5 municipalities in the March municipal elections.

Presently, the UDP holds the seat of 1 Mayor and 1 councilor, both in San Ignacio and Santa Elena.

But Barrow says that is going to change in March.

“How many municipalities will the UDP win? No less than five municipalities, as many as seven. And I believe we can have seats in all nine municipalities,” Barrow said.

“The reality on the ground: People are suffering and people have not experienced this type of pain and punishment ever in Belize. And so it is not for the United Democratic Party to do anything other than present viable alternatives as far as our slates. And in each of the municipalities, we have viable alternatives,” Barrow added.

The municipal elections are scheduled for March 6, 2024.

 

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