Belizean municipal elections, 1993–94
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Belizean municipal election, 1993–1994 was a series of municipal elections held in Belize within a period of twelve months and sandwiching a general election.
- 1993: Belize City Council election (March 18): Then ruling People's United Party win all nine seats and their second straight BCC victory. This election result combined with events in Guatemala emboldened the PUP to call general elections on June 1, 1993, which they lost to the United Democratic Party (Belize)/National Alliance for Belizean Rights coalition.
- 1994: National town board elections (March): The now ruling United Democratic Party win the majority of seats nationwide in their greatest municipal victory to date. This performance was eventually surpassed by those in 2006.
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