Caribbean Report 08-02-2001

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Title: Caribbean Report 08-02-2001
Author: Joseph, Emma (anchor); Smith, Lou (correspondent); Wildman, Hugh (interviewee); Hylton, Anthony (interviewee); McIntyre, Arnold (interviewee); Howes, Lazelle (interviewee); Fergus, Howard (interviewee); Gordon, Warren (correspondent)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:25)
2. Archbishop Edmund Gilbert appears in a Grenadian court charged with murder. Director of Public Prosecutions Hugh Wildman is interviewed and Lou Smith reports (00:26-02:35)
3. Pressure amounts on Europe to call off a plan that is meant to help the world's poor. Jamaican Foreign Trade Minister Anthony Hylton is interviewed (02:36-05:17)
4. Latest survey of European Union citizens shows that public opinion remains deeply divided over the accession of new countires. A former adviser in Caricom's regional negotiating machinery says the Caribbean has to forge closer ties among themselves if they want to make greater impact on the world trade stage. Lead Technical Adviser of the RNM Dr Arnold McIntyre is interviewed (05:18-09:44)
5. Now there are more Montserratians living abroad than there are at home. Many of the overseas Montserratians were hoping to exercise their democratic right to vote but the island government are refusing to bow to increasing pressure. Election Supervisor on the Island Howard Fergus and Lazelle Howes, Manager of the Montserrat Community Support Trust are interviewed (09:45-13:19)
6. Why India could give a new lease of life to aids sufferers. A Spokesman for the Indian Drug Company Cipla and a Medical Doctor from CAREC are interviewed (13:20-15:28)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/42643
Date: 2001-02-08


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