Caribbean Report 17-08-2001

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1. Headlines (00:00-00:22)
2. It has been revealed that Deputy Prime Minister Seymour Mullings, former Tourism Minister Francis Tulloch and government backbenchers Kenneth Brown and Vernon Robinson would not be facing the pools for the next general elections. Lecturer in Government and Politics, UWI, Mona Trevor Munroe is asked "Would the government go into two by-elections or call a general elections? Conrad Hamilton reports (00:23-06:03)
3. Charges of renewed socialist behaviour as the Guyana government use legislation to purchase private lands. Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr Roger Luncheon and PNC Member of Parliament Raphael Trotman are interviewed. Colin Smith reports (06:04-11:06)
4. The Secretary General of the Commonwealth has warned that globalization is threatening the economies of developing nations. Emma Joseph reports (11:07-12:30)
5. Carnival preparations in Notting Hill are in full swing including pre-emptive arrest by the police. Chief Executive of the Carnival Trust Claire Holder is interivewed and Orin Gordon reports (12:31-15:23)