Caribbean Report 01-02-1995

In this report a former Turks and Caicos Chief Minister, Norman Saunders, who served a term in prison for a drug-related offence, has returned to Parliament following a general election. Mr. Saunders was interviewed on his recent comeback, the issue of contention about the barring from office anyone...

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Main Authors: The British Broadcasting Corporation, Ransome, Debbie (anchor), Saunders, Norman (interviewee), Roberts, Carl (interviewee), Fraser, Tony (correspondent), Perreira, Joseph 'Reds' (correspondent)
Other Authors: The University of the West Indies
Format: Recording, oral biblioteca
Published: The British Broadcasting Corporation 1995-02-01
Subjects:Ex-convicts, > Turks and Caicos Islands, Political participation, > Turks and Caicos Islands, Criminals - Turks and Caicos Islands, Turks and Caicos Islands, > Politics and government, Taxation, > Antigua and Barbuda, Demonstrations, > Antigua and Barbuda, Antigua and Barbuda, > Economic policy, Antigua and Barbuda, > Politics and government, Public opinion, > Antigua and Barbuda, Muslims, Black, > Trinidad and Tobago, Private security services, > Trinidad and Tobago, Sugarcane industry, > Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago, > Politics and government, Cricket, > West Indies, Cricket players, > West Indies, Cricket, > Tournaments, > West Indies,
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