Caribbean Report 04-12-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 04-12-2001
Author: Richards, Ken (anchor); Ninvalle, Pete (correspondent); Michel, Mario (speaker); Rambally, Menissa (speaker); Lewis, Vaughan (speaker); Wayne, Rick (interviewee); Fraser, Tony (correspondent); Panday, Basdeo (interviewee); Lee, Chelston (correspondent); Nunes, Neil (correspondent); Stuart, David (speaker); Williams, Clint (speaker); Zacca, Christopher (speaker); Weir, Karen (correspondent); Joseph, Emma (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:25)
2. St. Lucia’s Labour Party, will take up a second term in office as preliminary results show the SLP won 14 of the 17 parliamentary seats. Pete Ninvalle reports; Mario Michel, Menissa Rambally and Vaughan Lewis express their opinions on the election results (00:26-02:45)
3. Newspaper publisher Rick Wayne says he is not surprised by the St. Lucian election results and that the UWP leader Morella Joseph and George Odlum of the Alliance failed to win their seats (02:46-05:13)
4. In Trinidad and Tobago questions are being asked about political campaign financing and what is expected by party financiers. Tony Fraser discusses the issue with Prime Minister Basdeo Panday (05:14-07:11)
5. A Commission of Inquiry raises questions about whether Antigua’s Medical Benefit Scheme was designed to fund major health projects. Chelston Lee reports on the progress of the inquiry (07:12-09:10)
6. Airlines in the Caribbean, say they have been able to recover despite the blow dealt to the airline industry due to September 11th attacks. Liat Marketing Manager David Stuart, Corporate Communications Director for BWIA Clint Williams and Air Jamaica’s President Christopher Zacca share how their airlines are mitigating the effects of the downturn. Neil Nunes reports (09:11-11:19)
7. A journalist is hacked to death by a mob in the same Haitian town where anti- Aristide protest are taking place. Karen Weir reports (11:20-12:52)
8. A 27 year old man is arrested in connection with the 1993 murder of Steven Lawrence. Lawrence was an 18 year old with Jamaican parentage living in London. Emma Joseph (12:53-14:39)
9. The latest talks between Cuba and the United States have concluded with the US saying Cuban human rights abuses and economic failures were to blame for the flow of migrants (14:40-15:29)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/45551
Date: 2001-12-04


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