Caribbean Report 07-07-1992

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Caribbean Report 07-07-1992

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Title: Caribbean Report 07-07-1992
Author: Ransome, Debbie (anchor); Caroit, Jean Michel (correspondent); Lewis, David, Dr. (speaker); Williams, Colin (correspondent); Robertson, James (interviewee); Jarvis, Mike (correspondent); Rush, George (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:31)
2. Foreign pressure mounts on the Dominican Republic to host a meeting between deposed President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and de fact Prime Minister Marc Bazin. Correspondent Jean Michel Caroit reports (00:32-03:29)
3. President Jean-Bertrand Aristide appoints a ten member commission to open dialogue in Haiti. He also wants an Organization of American States (OAS) civilian mission to help the transition back to constitutional government (03:30-03:50)
4. At a one day symposium in St. Vincent on the US sponsored Enterprise for the Americas Initiative and its Impact on Business Initiatives in the Eastern Caribbean, Dr. David Lewis Assistant Secretary of state for Caribbean Development advises small countries of the Caribbean to stop looking at the threats posed by free trade in general and NAFTA specifically. Correspondent Colin Williams reports (03:51-05:50)
5. James Robertson a speaker and organizer of the Alternative Summit being held simultaneously with the G7 Summit challenges the democracy behind the formation of such an exclusive group of nations (05:51-09:13)
6. Correspondent Mike Jarvis reports on relations between the Caribbean and the United States as developing countries await the outcome of the G7 Summit (09:14-11:05)
7. Following the call by the Bermuda Industrial Union for strike action, the government of Bermuda passes legislation forcing trade unions into compulsory arbitration in the event of an industrial dispute. Correspondent George Rush reports (11:06-14:37)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/41409
Date: 1992-07-07


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