“In the end it may be necessary for the Belize Question to appear on the United Nations agenda.  Should mediation fail then the people of Belize would have no reluctance in airing their cause before the bar of world opinion and in appealing to the good offices of the United Nations to bring about a just solution to the problem in accordance with the principles of the world charter…It is to you that in due course we must turn if all else fails”. ( C. L. B. Rogers, Deputy Premier of Belize to United Nations Fourth Committee; 1974)