Caribbean Report 06-04-1993

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Title: Caribbean Report 06-04-1993
Author: Jarvis, Mike (correspondent); Seaga, Edward (interviewee); Chuck, Delroy (interviewee); Meeks, Brian (interviewee); Bennendijk, Chandra van (correspondent); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); Martin, Lionel (correspondent); Fletcher, Claude (interviewee); Ransome, Debbie (correspondent); Walker, Bob (interviewee)
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Headlines with anchor Mike Jarvis (00:27)
1. Jamaica’s Opposition plans to boycott some sittings of parliament as protest over the country’s electoral problems. Opposition leader of the JLP - Edward Seaga made the announcement after a two day electoral retreat (00:28-06:04).
2. The European community threatened to cut off aid to Suriname if army leaders there violate democratic principles. There was also a threat of a nationwide strike – correspondent Chandra Van Binnen Dyke reports from Parimibo (06:05-08:05).
3. An attempt by the Trinidad and Tobago government to send Police Commissioner Jules Bernard on early retirement has been blocked by the Police Service Commission - correspondent Tony Fraser reports (08:06-09:46).
4. Caribbean businessmen are in Cuba to explore trade and business opportunities invited by the Cuba Chamber of Commerce. The two day meeting titled “Cuba , Business Opportunities for Caribbean Countries – is represented by of 50 businessmen from - Barbados, Curacao, Bahamas, Bermuda, Guadeloupe, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Guyana, Dominican Republic and Trinidad and – correspondent Lionel Martin reports from an interview with Jamaican businessman Claude Fletcher (09:47-11:32).
5. Twenty black station managers have been awarded over 60,000 pounds from the London underground due to the organisation’s admittance to racial discrimination of the West Indian immigrant workers in the Industrial Tribunal court - correspondent Debbie Ransome reports from an interview with discriminated Guyanese born worker –Bob Walker (11:33-11:55).
6. A warning that members of the armed cult in Waco Texas plan a surprise ending to its month long siege. This warning comes from relatives of the West Indian community in Nottingham who are relatives of the cult’s British members. Cult leaders David Koresh had recruited British followers - correspondent Mike Jarvis reports (11:56 -15:00).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/34581
Date: 1993-04-06


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