People’s Constitutional Commission officially launched in Belize

By Amandala , 15 November 2022
National Assembly of Belize (photo credit: National Assembly of Belize)
National Assembly of Belize (photo credit: National Assembly of Belize)
The process of modernizing the Belize Constitution officially began in earnest with the official launch of the People’s Constitutional Commission (PCC), which took place on the steps of the National Assembly building in Belmopan [...]. Representatives from various groups across Belize were present for the launching of the commission; many of them will be appointing representatives who will sit as commissioners and, after consultation, will bring the collective view of their communities for inclusion in the final report that is to be drafted and handed over to Prime Minister John Briceño and his executive. [...] The major task of the PCC will be to listen to and document the concerns and responses of Belizean communities on the various areas to be discussed during the constitutional reform process. This consultation should take place across the length and breadth of Belize and with the diaspora, according to [chairman of the PCC, Anthony Chanona].
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