Caribbean Report 02-10-1992

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1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. Sandra Baptiste reports on the dissatisfaction expressed over aspects of the election arrangements in Guyana by David Peterson, Chairman of the Commonwealth Observer Team, Cheddi Jagan, Opposition Leader of the People’s Progressive Party, President Desmond Hoyte and Manzoor Nadir, Leader of the United Force. (00:28-05:18)
3. Sharief Khan gives updates on the three hundred thousand members of the police who will resume voting on Monday 05th October in Guyana’s general elections. (05:19-08:19)
4. The British Government questions Guyana’s decision to allow only heads of foreign missions and not their diplomatic staff to observe the elections. (08:20-09:07)
5. Peter Pooley, Deputy Director of Development at the European Community in Brussels gives his opinion on replacing the Lomé convention with more precisely tailored Euro- Africa and Euro-Caribbean Basin relations as suggested by CARICOM Secretary General, Edwin Carrington. (09:08-14:12)
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