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The major change was from a British-imposed pecking order to a system in which all ethnic groups would have full access to the rights and privileges of citizenship.It was a deliberately inclusive approach that was popular and gave the impression of generating full public participation.The government was attempting to build a national culture emerging from colonialism with a new settlement pattern and a new economy. Belize is at the southern end of the Yucatan peninsula, facing the Caribbean Sea. The latest massive inflow came from Latinos in the neighboring countries fleeing the civil unrest of the 1980s.It covers 8,866 square miles (23,000 square kilometers) and has the second largest barrier reef in the world, which shelters scores of cays. Together with the long-resident Spanish-speaking group, they have become the largest ethnic group, according to the census of 1991.This group numbered 81,275, or 44 percent, of the national population of 189,392.
In official discourse there was increasing use of the term "fatherland" to galvanize public sentiment away from a distant colonial power to a new nation state rooted in the cultural history of the Maya, the aboriginal settlers of the subregion. The metamorphosis of Belize from a colony to a nation followed a set procedure postwar Britain had followed with dozens of other colonies: handing over the instruments of political power gradually to a democratically elected leadership.
Another trait reflective of the earlier easy availability of timber is the predominance of wood as the basic material for housing.
Hurricane devastation, however, has led to the greater use of ferro-concrete for building after 1960.
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Previously called British Honduras, the country now known as Belize derives its name from one of two historical sources: Maya root words or the surname of the Scottish buccaneer Peter Wallace, who maintained a camp near present-day Belize City in the seventeenth century.
At a distribution rate of eight persons per square kilometer, Belize has one of the lowest population densities in the hemisphere.