Caribbean Report 14-05-1999



Table of Contents

1. Headlines with anchor Keith Stone Greaves (00:26)
2. In Trinidad and Tobago death warrants were read to Dole Chadee and eight other inmates convicted of the 1994 murders of four members of one family. This will be the first hanging in the country in five years. Trinidadian human rights lawyer Gregory Delsin discusses the case and legal process. Tony Fraser reports on the planned executions (00: 27 - 03: 28)
3. Host country England defeated defending champions Sri Lanka at the start of the World Cup series (03: 29 – 04: 02)
4. This is the final weekend of campaigning ahead of next Monday general elections in the British Virgin Islands. Forty five candidates are contesting the elections. Angela Burns-Piper report on the political campaigns (04: 03 - 06: 12)
5. Saint Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Denzil Douglas outlines challenges facing regional Foreign Ministers at a meeting in Basseterre. Orin Gordon reports on agenda issues discussed (06: 13 - 07: 49)
6. Former Barbados Attorney General Maurice King comments on settling the political disagreement with political parties in Guyana. Guyana’s intermittent political disruptions have been consistent following the last general elections. The opposition People National Congress is reluctant to recognise the People Progressive Party government of Janet Jagan (07: 50 - 10: 01)
7. West Indies and Pakistan clash in the first match of the Cricket World Cup currently held in Bristol. Clive Lloyd and Donna Symonds analyse the West Indies team chances. Emma Joseph and Ken Richards reports (10: 02 - 15: 32)