The demonstration that never was Print E-mail
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Friday, 10 May 2019 00:00

Thirteen persons gathered at the Constitution Park in Belize City on Friday, May 3 they took off from there and headed to Battlefield Park sometime shortly after ten in the morning. By the time the group had made it to their final destination, there were some 50 persons who had joined in.

Led by activist, Moses Sulph, the group of demonstrators were protesting the cost rent, education, gas prices, healthcare, food and taxes. All told they were demonstrating that the cost of living was too high. While the event had weeks of advertisement, there was very little support for it. Even so, when The Guardian showed up at Constitution Park, Sulph took time out for a photo op, to promote his ‘No’ to the ICJ position.