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Belize A Caribbean Nation in Central America - Selected Speeches of Said Musa

ISBN-10: 9766372160
ISBN-13: 9789766372163
Edition: 2006
List price: $40.00
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Description: This work presents a selection of speeches delivered by Said Musa since becoming Prime Minister. They provide a useful insight into the philosophy, personality and value system of this leader, as well as his vision for Belize and its unique dual  More...

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Book details

List price: $40.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Ian Randle Publishers
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 343
Size: 5.20" wide x 7.71" long x 0.87" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

This work presents a selection of speeches delivered by Said Musa since becoming Prime Minister. They provide a useful insight into the philosophy, personality and value system of this leader, as well as his vision for Belize and its unique dual role as both a Central American and Caribbean nation.

Contending with unbridled globalization
A new appointment with history : bringing democracy to global governance
The new world model, poverty and democracy : facing the consequences
A century of extremes
Getting the economic train moving again
Removing obstacles to economic growth
Stabilizing the international financial system
Building on the past to create a better future
Belizeans at the centre of development
21/21 : creating opportunity from adversity
The moment of truth
A mandate for economic action
Opening Belize to the world
Calling the world to account
Building a new world order
Touching the lives of Belizeans in a real way
Securing the future of our children
Facing challenges, expanding choices
Lifting the death sentence of HIV/AIDS
Let's face it
No turning back : our best is yet to come
Steering the course of the nation
The engine of development is human creativity
Humanity calls out for a better and fairer world
Making democracy work for economic growth with equity
What kind of education for our youth?
Towards a Belizean utopia
Believing is achieving
Showcasing Belize's productive sector
The future of CARICOM in the twenty-first century
Answering the call of the people
What kind of leadership for the Caribbean?
We cannot do it alone
We are not an Island, but people of the sea
Facing security threats in Central America
Greater Caribbean : roots and routes
Solidarity in the ACP
Advancing Caribbean integration
So let it be done
Forging ahead with political reform
Combating corruption through good governance
A sacred trust that we will not betray
A mandate for political reform
The good governance plan of action
Keeping faith with history
Testing our national resolve
Everything is possible
Contending with destiny
An issue of vital national interest : you choose
Masters of our destiny
March 5, 2003 : date with destiny
Why study Mayan and African history
A victory for the people

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