Caribbean Report 30-05-1996



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. Indecision among Caribbean States have again been criticized. Caricom General Secretary Edwin Carrington, Prime Minster Basdeo Panday and Prime Minister Owen Arthur are interviewed (00:30-04:06)
3. The appointment of St. Lucia's Governor General designate raises questions of ethics. President of the St. Lucia Bar Association Mario Michel is interviewed (04:07-07:45)
4. Gunmen in Haiti have killed the mayor of a small town (07:46-08:12)
5. Guyana's Finance Minister Bharrat Jagdeo says shares in State owned Guyanese companies could still be swapped for debt owned to Trinidad and Tobago. Finance Minister Bharrath Jagdeo is interviewed (08:13-09:33)
6. Grenada and the United States move to tighten the screws on criminals in both nations. The two countries have signed a mutual legal assistance treaty as well as an extredition treaty. Lou Smith reports (09:34-11:16)
7. A cricket academy the Michael Holding way - how to bowl, bat and behave. Cricket Commentator Michael Holding is interviewed (11:17-15:22)