Belize

Belize’s political leadership is not very active on Twitter. Both the personal account of Dean Barrow and the institutional account of the government are dormant.

Tweets from Belize leaders

Prime Minister of Belize Dean O. Barrow

The Prime Minister of Belize, Dean Barrow, has only tweeted twice on his personal account. His first tweet on 23 June 2011 (same day the account was created) read: “Check often for the latest updates on issues affecting you.” In his second and last tweet a month later he thanked: “all those who posted questions on my FB page for the last edition of The Prime Minister Reports” and a link to his video response on YouTube. He has just 200 followers and is following only six accounts, all related to Belize, but none of them is the @belizegov account.

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Dean O. Barrow

@BarrowDean

Born in Belize City on March 2, 1951. First elected to the House of Representatives in 1984. Sworn in as Prime Minister of Belize on Friday, February 8, 2008.

Peer connections (as of April 2015)

Tweet analytics (as of April 2015)

Tweets:2
Following:6
Followers:197
Joined Twitter: 06/23/2011
Language: English
Status: Dormant since 27.07.2011
Tweets/day: 0.00
Retweets:
Mentions/Tweet:
Replies/Tweet:
Tweets retweeted: 50%
Most mentioned
Average of retweets 2

First tweet

Government of Belize Government of Belize

“Government at Service of the People” reads the bio of the @belizegov institutional account. However, the government’s Twitter feed and Facebook page were only active for three days in June 2010. The account has been dormant ever since. Its 17 tweets are standard announcements, primarily in the form of links to the government’s website that profile government initiatives.

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Government of Belize

@belizegov

Government at Service of The People

Peer connections (as of April 2015)

Tweet analytics (as of April 2015)

Tweets:17
Following:0
Followers:297
Joined Twitter: 06/15/2010
Language: English
Status: Dormant since 17.06.2010
Tweets/day: 0.01
Retweets:
Mentions/Tweet:
Replies/Tweet:
Tweets retweeted: 18%
Most mentioned
Average of retweets 1

First tweet