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National Association Of Village Councils ‘NAVCO’ support the ICJ-Referendum

National Association Of Village Councils ‘NAVCO’  support the ICJ-Referendum
May 02
16:00 2019

Thursday, May 2nd. 2019 –
The Belize National Association Of Village Councils ‘NAVCO’ which is headquartered in Belmopan has come out in support of the ICJ Referendum that is scheduled for May 8th.

In a press release issued earlier today May 2nd. The Association, NAVCO, stated that they represent mere than 200 villages in the country, and approximately 55 percent of the nations population.

A segment of the press release states:
“NAVCO is convinced we have an unassailable legal case for the validation and confirmation by the world’s highest court. We believe it is in the nation’s best interest to seize this opportunity now to bring finality to the long standing unfounded Guatemalan claim by voting yes to the ICJ. We believe we have a responsibility to not pass on to future generations what is in our power to resolve today. This is all in the spirit of securing Belize’s full territorial integrity while pursuing development through peace, respect and good relations with our neighbors”.


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