Caribbean Report 12-02-2001



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. St. Lucia's Prime Minister Kenny Anthony moves to calm fears over Cable & Wireless plans to pull out of the island. Pete Ninvalle reports (00:28-02:47)
3. One of the Caribbean's leaders attending the Caricom meeting in Barbados which starts on Wednesday in St. Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Denzil Douglas is interviewed about his concerns over the forthcoming Summit of the Americas which is high on the agenda at the Caricom intersessional in Bridgetown. Jamaica's Bar Association says further talks on the Caribbean Court of Justice is crucial to its success. Prime Minister Denzil Douglas and President of Jamaica Bar Association Derek Jones are interviewed (02:48-09:00)
4. Netherland Antilles government is caught up in an internal upheaval over a decision to allow a foreign owned airline to fly a route that was dominated by Air ALM. Mike Jarvis reports from Dutch St. Maarten (09:01-10:57)
5. Haiti's hopes of reconciliation between its waring political fractions now rest on Prime Minister designate Jean-Marie Cherestal. Debbie Ransome reports (10:58-13:22)
6. Guyana's leader Bharath Jagdeo calls for Carl Hooper to be returned to West Indies cricket. Bharath Jagdeo is interviewed and Emma Joseph reports (13:23-15:28)