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PSU President Apologizes for Controversial Comments Made on Seven News Program

Channel 7 and the Public Service Union were quick to apologize for comments made on the news station on Wednesday night. Last night we told you of the Ministry of Immigration threatening a lawsuit at the two parties after the comments alluded that the public officers who traveled to Bolivia and Peru to were somehow linked to the narco trade. According to the government, those immigration officers were sent on the trips to process passport papers for Belizeans living in those South American countries. Prime Minister John Briceno also addressed this issue in today’s House Meeting.

The Public Service Union (PSU) issued a release today saying it was not the intention of the PSU to infer improper motive on the work of any public officer. The release wen on to say that the President of the PSU apologizes unreservedly to those public officers for any inference that their participation in those missions was anything suspicious or nefarious. Meanwhile Channel 7 noted in their newscast last night that they were *never made, “aware of those special assignments but apologies unreservedly for any inference that the work of the public officers was anything unseemly, suspicious or nefarious – we know that was not the case.” End of quote.