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Belize Green Independent Party

Belize Green Independent Party
Leader Luis Blas Mendez, Sr.[1]
Founded 23 December 2012
Ideology Green politics
Colours Green
Seats in the Senate
0 / 12
Seats in the House
0 / 31
Local government
0 / 67
[2]
Politics of Belize
Political parties
Elections

The Belize Green Independent Party (BGIP) is an ecologist political party in Belize. Founded in 2012, BGIP has yet to win a seat in the Belize House or a municipal election at the city or town level. BGIP is one of the few Green parties in the world unafilliated with the Global Greens.[3]

BGIP formally contested an election for the first time in 2015, fielding a candidate at the 8 July 2015 Belize House by-election in Dangriga.[4] However, the party's candidate, Llewellyn Lucas, finished a distant third with 14 votes (0.37%).[5]

The party did not field any candidates in the 2015 general election.

References

  1. ^ "Belize Way Ahead Summary ", Belize Green Independent Party, 4 April 2015. (accessed 23 June 2015)
  2. ^ MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS OFFICIAL RESULTS 4th MARCH 2015, Belize Elections and Boundaries Commission. (accessed 16 March 2015)
  3. ^ Green Parties around the world, Global Greens. (accessed 23 June 2015)
  4. ^ "Nomination Day for Bi Election in Dangriga", PlusTV Belize, 23 June 2015. (accessed 23 June 2015)
  5. ^ Humes, Aaron "Frank 'Papa' Mena is the new Dangriga area representative ", Breaking Belize News, 8 July 2015. (accessed 8 July 2015)

External links

  • BGIP Facebook page
  • BGIP constitution
  • Belize Way Ahead Summary manifesto on YouTube
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