Caribbean Report 11-03-1998



Table of Contents

1. Headlines with Debbie Ransome (00:00-00:34)
2. CARICOM Chairman Prime Minister Keith Mitchell has appealed for reconciliation in Guyana. Prime Minister Mitchell talks about the arrival of the CARICOM Audit team and what is expected to happened (00:35-03:48)
3. There are concerns in Guyana as the Guyana Election Commission is due to expire as the CARICOM Audit team arrives. Colin Smith explains the two options available (03:49-05:17)
4. The European Court overturns a 1994 framework agreement on banana imports from four Latin American countries. Renwick Rose states this has shattered the confidence of Windward Islands banana farmers (05:18-08:17)
5. The politicians of Barbuda discuss greater self governance and succession from Antigua however the issue is not on the political agenda at the moment (08:18-11:32)
6. In cricket, the fifth and penultimate Test between West Indies and England begins in Barbados with the Windies 2-1 up in the series. Bertram Niles tracks the arrival of the British cricket posse (11:33-15:10)