Caribbean Report 10-06-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. A bumpy start to a key murder trial in Trinidad and Tobago. Tony Fraser reports (00:30-01:55)
3. The World Bank in Washington cheers the gathering of Caribbean leaders. World Bank Country Director Responsible for the Caribbean Paul Isenman is interviewed (01:56-03:53)
4. Accusations of party politics in a judicial appointment in St. Kitts and Nevis. Attorney Angela Inniss and Vernon Viera, People's Action Movement are interviewed (03:54-08:15)
5. In Dominica former political leader of the opposition Dominica Freedom Party Brian Alleyne has resigned from parliament. Mickey Bruney reports (08:16-09:41)
6. Haitian President Renee Preval is this week continuing his fourth nation tour of Europe. Stephen Jessel reports (09:42-11:41)
7. Sustainable development, mining and ecotourism were key topics in a conference in Atlanta last week attended by Guyana's political leaders and US aid donors. The meeting was chaired by former US President Jimmy and focussed on a proposal development plan for Guyana. Sharief Khan reports (11:42-14:17)
8. International investors from Britain and Europe were to meet with Cuban ministers and officials tomorrow at a conference aimed at reassuring potential investors in Cuba (14:18-15:20)