Caribbean Report 06-11-1992

Table of Contents
1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
2. David Jessop, Executive Director of the Caribbean Council for Europe says that focus should be on Caribbean integration in light of the impasse between the US and Europe over trade relations (00:27-03:23)
3. Gary Allen reports on the show of unity between the Prime Minister P. J. Patterson and Opposition Leader Edward Seaga in order to control crime in Jamaica (03:24-06:28)
4. Charlotte Fadipe reports on death row inmates Peter Matthews, Gayman Jurisingh and Faizal Mohammed who have been sentenced to death by hanging in Trinidad and Tobago. Caribbean Rights however, is asking the government to commute the death sentences to life imprisonment (06:29-08:04)
5. Tony Fraser looks at the announcement by the Trinidad and Tobago government to include a package of incentives for its manufacturers to cushion the effects of the lowering of the Common External Tariff (CET), in the 1993 budget (08:05-10:08)
6. Former Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley is to lead a regional effort aimed at pressing the United Nations to intervene in the political crisis in Haiti (10:09-10:53)
7. Caribbean governments and environmentalists are concerned over the shipment of highly toxic plutonium which may pass through the Caribbean Sea on its way to Japan (10:54-11:27)
8. In Belize a three and a half month boycott of parliament by the opposition United Democratic Party ends following an apology to the speaker by an opposition member. Howard Benson reports (11:28-13:33)
9. In Montserrat, the medium wave transmissions of Radio Antilles is formally restored to the Caribbean after its transmission equipment was destroyed by Hurricane Hugo in 1989 (13:34-14:33)