Caribbean Report 04-09-2001



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
2. Financial Action Task Force meets tomorrow to consider whether three Caribbean Nations have done enough to fight money laundering. St. Vincent Offshore Financing Inspector Colin Williams is interviewed (00:27-03:54)
3. Attorney General Ramesh Maharaj has out manoeuvred Prime Minister Basdeo Panday on the outgoing conflict in Trinidad and Tobago's ruling party. Tony Fraser reports (03:55-06:02)
4. Grenada starts its own Truth Reconciliation Commission. Commission Chairman and a former Guyana Judge Donald Trotman and former Attorney General Lawrence Joseph are interviewed. Lou Smith reports (06:03-08:37)
5. United Nations works to salvage its World Conference on Racism. South Africa Foreign Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is interviewed (08:38-09:54)
6. In Barbados, the news that David Simmons who has resigned last week as Attorney General is tipped to become the island's next Chief Justice has ignited a national debate. Attorney Ella Drummond-Hoyos is interviewed (09:55-13:28)
7. Manager of England's most famous Football Club Manchester United has denied reports that Dwight Yorke's career in the team is over. Emma Joseph (13:29-15:11)