Caribbean Report 29-03-1993

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Caribbean Report 29-03-1993

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Title: Caribbean Report 29-03-1993
Author: Rowe, Yvette (anchor); Allen, Gary (correspondent); Conklin, Geraldine (correspondent)
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Headlines with anchor Yvette Rowe (00:00 - 00:34).
1. There is mounting concern over escalating election violence in Jamaica with shootings in which at least seven (7) people were killed. This is in addition to the controversy over the inaccurate voters’ list and discrepancies over parishes, addresses and voting positions (00:35- 04:43).
2. Voters in the French Caribbean went to the polls in the second round of French elections. Most supporters of the Rightist Party are hoping for big changes in the French Caribbean (04:44 -07:02).
3. Trinidadian born Dr. David Lewis, Head of Puerto Rico’s Caribbean Development Programme, who was responsible for the 936 Programme is leaving office (07:03 -10:00).
4. The mayor of the Haitian capital Port au Prince - Evans Paul at his London conference address organized by the London based Haiti Supporter Group, said that one phone call from the United States could change the situation in his country by restoring democracy Haiti (10:01-13:16).
5. A US federal court has ordered the US government to either provide adequate medical treatment for the HIV affected Haitians at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba or move them elsewhere within ten (10) days (13:17 – 14:50).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/13132
Date: 1993-03-29


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