Caribbean Report 08-05-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. The Caribbean Ambassador tells the World Trade Organisation the region wants a hearing at the banana disputes panel day being set up. Saint Lucia's Ambassador Edwin Laurent is interviewed (00:30-03:58)
3. An opposition led no confidence in the Keith Mitchell's administration in Grenada has been defeated. Lou Smith reports (03:59-05:46)
4. Guyana's authorities have agreed that the son of a Nigerian dissident who was recently expelled from Britain can remain in Guyana indefinitely. Foreign Minister Clement Rohee is interviewed (05:47-08:51)
5. Controversy in St. Lucia as a prominent religious leader prepares to go into politics. Dr Josiah Rambally of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Aloysius Joseph and President of the Churches Ministerial Association Aaron Stephens are interviewed. Pete Ninvalle reports (08:52-11:57)
6. Women maybe as willing to play in the political development of the Caribbean, however, some may stay away from the challenge because of aspects of political life. Dame Eugenia Charles, St Lucia and Head of the Democratic Party, Dutch Sint Maarten Sarah Wescot-Williams are interviewed (11:58-14:02)
7. Greenpeace warns Bermuda against dumping asbestos in the ocean. Kenny Bruno of Grenpeace is interviewed (14:03-15:14)