PM out on personal leave

Today, Prime Minster Dean Barrow left the country once more, but this time he is on personal leave. In his absence, Hon. Hugo Patt, Minister of Natural Resources, will act as Prime Minister. Prime Minister Barrow will return to Belize on Tuesday, August 14.

U.S. Senior Advisor for Central America Meets with PM on Nicaragua Crisis

On Wednesday August 8, 2018, U.S. Senior Advisor for Central America Ambassador Todd Robinson met with Prime Minister Rt. Honorable Dean Barrow and Foreign Minister Honorable Wilfred Elrington to discuss common concerns over the breakdown of law and order in Nicaragua and other...

PM responds to criticisms of CARICOM secretariat

The Caribbean Single Market Economy’s aim is to integrate CARICOM member states into a single unit in order to make the region a more powerful presence on the global stage. Earlier this month, Caribbean officials convened in Guyana for consultation aimed at making CSME more...

PM explains Cabinet Shuffle

Today the media caught up with Prime Minster Barrow at his daughter’s Primary School Graduation Ceremony. Barrow has not appeared on the media since he left the country several weeks ago to seek medical attention. Several issues of concern have risen since then and so the media...

Hugo Patt not interested in Party leadership says PM

Over the past several weeks, rumors were circulating that Minister Hugo Patt is interested in becoming the next UDP Party Leader. It was also suggested that the recent Cabinet shift was intended to put Minister Patt in a position that would make him a worthy contender for party...