Caribbean Report 16-01-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 16-01-2001
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Smith, Colin (correspondent); Messiah, Keith (interviewee); Anthony, Kenny (interviewee); Edwards, Raymond (correspondent); Chuck, Delroy (interviewee); Thwaites, Ronald (interviewee); Joseph, Emma (correspondent); Dupuy, Alex (interviewee); Blondet, Cecil (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:30)
2. Judge Claudette Singh the judge who dealt Guyana's last elections a major blow says the country must wait until Thursday to find out what is next? Former Chancellor Keith Messiah is interviewed. Colin Smith reports (00:31-03:54)
3. St. Lucia's Prime Minister Dr Kenny Anthony will brief Caricom Ministers on Thursday on the current political stalemate in Trinidad and Tobago. Raymond Charles reports (03:55-05:58)
4. Czech citizens protest the Cuban detention of their two prominent Czech citizens. Czech spokeswoman for the Czech Embassy in London is interviewed (05:59-08:46)
5. Jamaican member of parliament has come up with a plan to stem the number of reprisal killings on the island. Opposition Member of Parliament Delroy Chuck and Government Member of Parliament Ronald Thwaites are interviewed. Patrick Studer reports (08:47-10:46)
6. There is movement between Haiti's Opposition and President elect Aristide. Professor Alex Dupuy, a Haitian expert in the Wesleyan University, Connecticut is interviewed. Emma Joseph reports (10:47-13:31)
7. Puerto Rican Governor Sila Maria Calderon is using a new study to try to pressure Bill Clinton to halt United States Navy exercises in Vieques before he leaves office on Saturday. Press Secretary Cecil Blondet is interviewed (13:32-15:25)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/42107
Date: 2001-01-16


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