Caribbean Report 03-03-1994

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Caribbean Report 03-03-1994

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Title: Caribbean Report 03-03-1994
Author: Ransome, Debbie (anchor); Manley, Michael (interviewee); Thompson, Dudley (interviewee); Neckles, Margaret (interviewee); Collymore, Yvette (correspondent); Martin, Lionel (correspondent); Ryan, Selwyn (interviewee); Fraser, Tony (correspondent)
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1. Headlines with Debbie Ransome (00:00-00:28)
2. Michael Manley, head of the Commonwealth Observer team to the South African election, discusses the two priorities for 120 member team he would leading(00:34-03:10)
3. Interview with Dudley Thompson, Jamaica’s High Commissioner to Nigeria, who believes the presence of the observers would help to quell any pre-election violence in South Africa (03:11-04:22)
4. Margaret Neckles, President of the Grenadian Senate and one of the Caribbean delegates on the Commonwealth Observer team to South Africa, says as South Africa prepares for the poll, it can learn from Grenada’s violent upheaval followed by general elections (04:23-05:49)
5. CARICOM’s Foreign Ministers Monitoring Committee will be meeting next week to discuss Haiti on the eve of the postponed intercessional meeting in St. Vincent. The meeting will deal specifically with the Haitian crisis. CARICOM’s Secretary General, Edwin Carrington says there is a larger issue than seeking to restore exiled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide to power. He also comments on whether the international community has lost faith in Aristide (05:50-07:44)
6. Correspondent Yvette Collymore discusses whether losing CARICOM’s support is the final straw for Father Aristide (07:45-09:20)
7. The Cuban government has revealed a top secret memorandum written by the head of the United States diplomatic mission in Havana. The memo titled Update on the Cuban Refugee Programme is proof that the government manipulates human rights and exaggerates human rights abuses on the island. Lionel Martin reports(09:21-11:43)
8. At a conference on ethnicity held in Trinidad, Dr. Selwyn Ryan, one of Trinidad and Tobago’s leading political scientists claims that his study indicates that the vote by the Indo-Trinidadian can determine the election results in 10 years time (11:44-146:1)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/39303
Date: 1994-03-03


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