Caribbean Report 15-10-1997

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Caribbean Report 15-10-1997

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Title: Caribbean Report 15-10-1997
Author: Gordon, Warren (anchor); Carrington, Edwin (interviewee); Parry, Joseph (interviewee); White, James (correspondent); Compton, John (interviewee); Lewis, Vaughn (interviewee); Joseph, Monica (interviewee); Warner, Jack (interviewee); Mason, Barnaby (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
2. Caricom is unhappy with the Nevis vote to secede and the Opposition explains its change of mind. Edwin Carrington, Secretary General of CARICOM and Joseph Parry, Opposition Leader are interviewed (00:27-05:51)
3. Members of a British Parliamentary Committee examining London's policy towards Montserrat have left for the Caribbean. The Committee is headed by Conservative Member of Parliament Bowen Wells. A labour shortage in Montserrat stalls the rebuilding effort. James White, Jr reports (05:52-08:00)
4. An inquiry has begun in St. Lucia into alleged acts of corruption by the former government. Sir John Compton and Vaughn Lewis, former government members and Commissioner Monica Joseph are interviewed. Pete Ninvalle reports (08:01-10:41)
5. Thousands of Jamaicans are now free to support their football team in El Salvador. Jack Warner, President of CONCACAF is interviewed (10:42-13:07)
6. Secretary General of the Commonwealth Chief Emeka Anyaoku has rejected charges that the organisation is not taking strong enough action against Nigeria's military government. Barnaby Mason is interviewed (13:08-15:22)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/38802
Date: 1997-10-15


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