Caribbean Report 08-05-1991

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Caribbean Report 08-05-1991

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Title: Caribbean Report 08-05-1991
Author: Whitehorne, Pat (anchor); Khan, Sharief (correspondent); Flay, Stephen (correspondent); Wrench, Stanley (interviewee); Pastor, Robert (interviewee); Pastor, Robert (interviewee); Maynard, Charles (interviewee); Yates, Patricia (interviewee)
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1. Headlines by Pat Whitehorne (00:00-00:43)
2. Sharief Khan reports that a five member mission has been appointed by the National Democratic Institute of Washington to ensure that the upcoming elections in Guyana are free and fair (00:44-02:25)
3. Stephen Flay reports on the diplomatic expulsions between the Dutch authorities and Suriname (02:26-03:43)
4. Stanley Wrench, a major Human Rights Activist of Suriname, is concerned that the Bush negroes are intimidated by the presence of the military and this is causing some concern with regard to the upcoming elections (03:44-07:16)
5. Pat Whitehorne interviews Dr. Robert Pastor regarding the intimidation faced by the bush negroes in Suriname (07:17-09:49)
6. The Caribbean is seen as one of the most dangerous places to visit in terms of health and violence according to a recent British holiday survey conducted by the British Consumer Association. Patricia Yates speaks to Leslie Garth on this issue (09:50-12:31)
7. Leslie Garth telephones Charles Maynard, Chairman of the Caribbean Tourism Association to get the Caribbean’s response regarding the British holiday survey (12:32-14:32)
8. Pat Whitehorne concludes the report (14:33-14:53)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/38822
Date: 2014-07-27


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