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Feb 3, 2016

P.U.P. National Executive Sworn In

The new National Executive of the People’s United Party under the leadership of John Briceño was sworn in this morning at Independence Hall on Queen Street. A former minister and veteran of the P.U.P., Samuel Waight administered the oath. Briceño hit the ground running since Sunday’s election meeting with parliamentarians but today he officially assumed the reins of the P.U.P.  At the event, executive members were there, of course, along with former P.U.P. Leader Francis Fonseca and a scattering of standard bearers and supporters. But a few notable personalities were not at party headquarters; their absences are certainly not lost on the new leader since in politics activity has meaning and significance, and so does inactivity. Still, Briceño continues to maintain his campaign line of unity, hope and eventual victory.


John Briceño

John Briceño, Leader, People’s United Party

“During the campaign we spoke about unity that we need to unite as a party that is why the founders of this party named it the People’s United Party everywhere we went in every village in every community, town or city; we here the same cry, we need to unite and today I am promising the party members and this nation that the People’s United Party is united, its strong and it is ready to over the government in Belmopan. We spoke about hope that we need a government with the people that have the ability, that have the experience, that have a vision for Belize, and that can only happen with a government of the People’s United Party ladies and gentlemen. And there is hope, hope is coming to believe in the P.U.P., to believe in Belize and God willing we are going to form the next government of Belize.”

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