Caribbean Report 28-11-1990



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:48)
2. Ken Butcher, Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Health, calls for a leadership contest in the National Alliance for Reconstruction party in Trinidad and Tobago. Karl Hudson-Phillips, one of two deputy political leaders of the NAR, refuses to challenge the leadership of party under the Prime Minister ANR Robinson (00:49-04:09)
3. The Chairman of the Planning Committee for the Regional Economic Conference, Frank Rampersad, expects the completed draft of the conference to clearly identify the aims of the meeting. Debbie Ransome interviews Frank Rampersad (04:10-06:36)
4. Denzil Douglas, the Opposition leader of the Labour Party in St. Kitts and Nevis, claims that there is serious economic decline in the country, with the unemployment rate reaching a high of thirty percent. Michael Powell, Deputy Prime Minister, disputes and dismisses the charges made by Mr. Douglas (06:37-13:39)
5. British Foreign Office is being urged to pressure the Dutch government in finding the killers of Crispin Rushworth-Lund, a British yachtsman murdered in St. Martin (13:40-14:49)