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Oct 3, 2014

Aspiring Politician Denny Grijalva is Guatemalan

And with sentiments against Guatemala running high, News Five has obtained a copy of a page of the passport of U.D.P. Orange Walk Central candidate Denny Grijalva. The information contained in the passport shows what is widely known that Grijalva was born in Guatemala on November twelfth, 1968. But he subsequently moved to Belize and acquired nationality. Grijalva has already lost an election in Orange Walk Central, and for the second time, he is aspiring to become a member of the House of Representatives. It is the same Grijalva whose company, De Mar’s destroyed the Noh Mul monument in Orange Walk in 2013.

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5 Responses for “Aspiring Politician Denny Grijalva is Guatemalan”

  1. punkgial says:

    If the Belizean people are so naive they will vote for him,but if they are seeing or hearing what is going on they will not vote for him. So wake up Belizean and do the right thing because Guatemala is slowly invading Belize.

  2. Al says:

    So that soon he will be able to give himself his own contracts to destroy more. Only this time he will have license.

  3. big daddy says:

    Thats all we need Belize a Guatemalan to run our country .. Danny was lucky that Tar babby
    got his nationality due to his Daughter. All Guatemalan and salvadorean should be deported back to thier country. We do not need aliens to run our country , we have a bunch of smart belizean .. Belizean first!

  4. aij says:

    looks like the news is just trying to rile up hate for guatemalans

  5. cukes says:

    We have enough real Belizeans to boss around and destroy Belize and fatten their pockets . We do not need any naturalized Belizean to help.

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