Caribbean Report 13-02-1992

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Caribbean Report 13-02-1992

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Title: Caribbean Report 13-02-1992
Author: Jarvis, Mike (anchor); MaMillan-Scott, Edward (interviewee); Walker, Herbert (interviewee); Gunness, Chris (correspondent); Torricelli, Robert (interviewee); Lilley, Peter (interviewee)
Description:
1. Headlines (00:00-00:34)
2. Report on the questioning of economic sanctions against Haiti by a U.S. spokesman (00:35-00:55)
3. Report on the second condemnation of the overthrow of Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide by the European Parliament, which also called on the U.S. for the suspension of the repatriation of Haitian refugees. There are conflicting views over the Haitian situation, while views are aired of Edward Mcmillan-Scott, the conservative EC's Foreign Affairs spokesman (00:56-03:34)
4. Report on the urging by U.S. Congresman, Charles Rangel for the United States to restore ousted President Jean Bertrand Aristide to office (03:35-03:55)
6. Interview with the BBC's UN correspondent Christopher Gunness on whether the Haitian situation can be placed on the UN's security council agenda, and the effort it would take to do so (06:09-09:02)
9. Sumary of report (14:32-15:01)
5. Report on the scheduled meeting between the Caribbean and Latin American group within the United Nations to review the crisis in Haiti, as concern grows in the UN over the failure to restore the crisis. Interview with Jamaica's UN embassador Herbert Walker who says despite restrictions on U.N Security Council's involvement in the crisis members were becoming concerned about the situation (03:56-06:08)
6. Interview with the BBC's UN correspondent Christopher Gunness on whether the Haitian situation can be placed on the UN's security council agenda, and the effort it would take to do so (06:09-09:02)
7. Report on the call to United States allies to support the Bill introduced by Congressman Robert Torricelli which seeks to tighten the trade embargo against Cuba. Views are aired of Torricelli on the support hoped for by U.S. allies (09:03-13:46)
8. Report on those who believe that Torricelli's Bill might come into law and the likely hostile response from the British government as British trade secreatry, Peter Lillley says (13:47-14:31)
9. Sumary of report (14:32-15:01)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/13209
Date: 1992-02-13


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