Minister Responds to Belize Peace Movement’s Criticism of Constitution Interpretation

Minister Responds to Belize Peace Movement’s Criticism of Constitution Interpretation

Minister of Constitutional and Political Reform Henry Charles has responded to the Belize Peace Movement (BPM). Last week, the BPM stated that Usher’s comment on the interpretation of the Constitution when speaking on the redistricting process was misleading. The BPM said that Usher’s comments were a gross misrepresentation of the law of the land. However, Usher clarified his statements this morning when he appeared on The Morning Show and explained that the confusion may lie in the Constitution itself.

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