Infrastructure Minister Presents Road Project Report in Belize House of Representatives

Infrastructure Minister Presents Road Project Report in Belize House of Representatives

In more news from today’s House Meeting, once they got back on track to the agenda, In this morning’s session of the House of Representatives, Minister of Infrastructure Development and Housing, Julius Espat, a report on road projects across the country.  

Julius Espat, Minister of Infrastructure Development and Housing: “George Price Highway Upgrading Project Section 6, San Ignacio Tong to San Jose Succotz. If you may allow me Mr. Speaker, I just want to give a little bit of background on the project. Mr. Speaker, this is the Caracol project that started from Georgeville to the intersection tripartite and then it goes on to join to another village coming out of San Ignacio which is San Antonio and then it proceeds to the Pinol line and then it proceeds all the way from the Pinol line to the Caracol archaeological site. The first phase of this project, Mr. Speaker, has been substantially completed and the Government of Belize has received a savings of $17 million. The second phase of the project, Mr. Speaker, is ongoing and ~ I’m being disturbed by the members’ upper side. The second phase of the project, Mr. Speaker, is an ongoing project and the ministry estimates that at the conclusion of that project we will be saving approximately $27 million in its entirety.”

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