Final Results for General and Municipal

March 07 14:13 2012 Print This Article

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Elections 2012 Results

The official results of the General and Municipal Elections 2012 are in and we’ve got it all laid out for you. The results show that only 61% (108,753) of registered voters turned out to cast their votes.  The UDP has secured 17 of 31 seats and the PUP 14 of the 31 seats, thus returning the UDP to power.  In addition, the United Democratic Party has won all 11 seats in the Belize City Municipal elections.

We take this opportunity to congratulate the United Democratic Party on their victory and welcome the successful candidates of the People’s United Party.

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  1. joe
    March 07, 22:28 #1 joe

    P.U.P will wap dem 1 by 1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Donaldson Emily
    March 08, 13:30 #2 Donaldson Emily

    First of all I would like to congratulate all respected winner in Belize.Now the voting has ended but its time to put the words and promises to work.I would like the prime Minster not to forget us the single mothers who have kids and are trying to study at the same time. We are always forgotten but I humble ask for many of us out there. I am sure that someone will read this mail and take the necessary interest for us. Lets stop talk politricks and star working with the politician and keep Belize up high!

    Lets Start to work hand in hand for the benefit of younger generation.

  3. Tiff
    March 09, 17:56 #3 Tiff

    i hope both parties start working…

    March 10, 21:44 #4 THE VIPER

    I hope the party keeps its promise especially on the oil refinery. this would alleviate a lot of our dependency on imported fuel and it could be sold at a lower price. we all know that oil is an important part of our daily living. it is far fetching that having oil we cannot provide the general population with lower fuel prices.

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