And while the Prime Minister met with the leader of the Northern Territorial Volunteers, Giovanni De La Fuente, as was requested by the group some time ago, Belizeans and other representatives of the group and those of the Belize Territorial Volunteers were left wondering why the P.M did not meet with leader of BTV Wil Mejia. Was the Prime Minister looking to divide the volunteers? We spoke with Mejia today and he explained that the meeting with the PM was not related to the incursions down south.


Screen_Shot_2015-08-20_at_8.27.17_PMWIL MEHEIA – Leader, BTV


“No, no really I have no gripes I mean this is something that those guys send to the PM months ago and I believe as the PM used this as an opportunity to divide and conquer but I don’t think it will work in my opinion…”


Maria Novelo – Reporter


“Have they told you what the outcome of that meeting is?”


WIL MEHEIA – Leader, BTV


“Yes which basically hardly has anything to do with what we are doing so they focus more up north but the issue is happening down south and our issue is the incursion happening from Garbut Falls to the Sarstoon.”


Maria Novelo – Reporter


“So you feel that the PM will give you an audience?”


WIL MEHEIA – Leader, BTV


“I have requested an audience with the PM through the media to know what we are doing if he wants and audience so I am concern but I am not going to request an audience again.”  

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