Caribbean Report 13-07-1998



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:40)
2. Trinidad's government to set a time limit for a death row appeal. Tony Fraser reports (00:41-02:28)
3. As Guyana implements the Caricom peace accord analyst says the next step is speedy constitutional reform. The question was enough being done to honour the St. Lucia Accord was put to Univerisity of Guyana Political Scientist Mark Kirton? Political Scientist Mark Kirton is interviewed and Colin Smith reports (02:29-06:59)
4. Jamaica's Deputy Prime Minister Seymour Mullings is arriving today at Havana's Jose Marti Airport. During his visit he is expected to meet with President Fidel Castro and other senior government officials. Cuba has made more progress in its bid to breakout of diplomatic isolation with the arrival in Havana of a Guatemalan Ambassador. Deputy Prime Minister Seymour Mullings is interviewed (07:00-09:02)
5. Is the latest Jamaican Labour Party rift the beginning of the end of Edward Seaga's political career? JLP representative Horace Chang and JLP Chairman Pearnel Charles and Professor Brian Meeks are interviewed (09:03-12:23)
6. Dubbed the greatest show on earth football's World Cup ended in much fanfare in Paris yesterday with victory for the host France. Keith 'Stone' Greaves reports (12:24-15:20)