Caribbean Report 15-06-1998



Table of Contents

1. Headlines with Orin Gordon (00:00-00:28)
2. At the European Summit in the UK, OECS Ambassador to Brussels, Edwin Laurent states the Caribbean has benefited from Britain's Presidency of the European Union (00:29-04:20)
3. The polls closed in the general elections in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and voter turnout has been described as steady. Mike Finley reports (04:21-06:18)
4. Guyana's Information Minister Moses Nagamootoo states the government is offering a way out to the Opposition People's National Congress (PNC) which forfeited their seats in Parliament. However, PNC Malcolm Parris states his party cannot lose their seats (06:19-08:02)
5. St. Lucia's Prime Minister Kenny Anthony has called on the OECS to ensure that the Caribbean has more control over its meetings with the World Bank in light of what happened last week at the Caribbean Group for Cooperation and Economic Development meeting (08:03-09:30)
6. The jury is still out on what went wrong for Jamaica's Reggae Boyz in their opening match against Croatia in France. Keith Stone Greaves reports on what the fans have been saying and who was to blame (09:31-13:21)
7. The Reggae Boyz have been attracting attention way beyond Jamaica, in Britain where they appeared to be the focal point of the day's World Cup coverage. Electra Naysmith reports (13:22-14:58)
8. Recap of top stories (14:50-15:15)