The National Perspective

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The National Perspective
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Editor Omar Silva
Founded 2008
Headquarters Belmopan, Belize, Central America
Website National Perspective

The National Perspective is one of Belize's five national newspapers, and the only one not to operate from Belize City, having its headquarters in Belmopan.

The Perspective was formed in August 2008 and is thought to represent the views of a certain section of the Opposition People's United Party (PUP); however, it considers itself independent.

Rivalry with Amandala[edit]

The National Perspective has consistently called out the nation's leading newspaper, Amandala, and the Kremandala Ltd. media franchise, specifically Amandala publisher Evan X Hyde, for alleged poor journalism and partisan writing.

Amandala has responded selectively, deflecting the criticism and turning it into a larger discussion about the future of Belizean journalism.

People[edit]

Assistant Editor: Saida Silva

  • Columnists: Rhenae Nunez, G. Michael Reid, Marshall Nunez, Nuri Muhammad, others (anonymous)
  • Contributors: Godfrey Smith, Keisha Milligan, Glenn Tillett, Gordon Smith.