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HAITI-POLITICS-Senior UN official calls for delayed Haitian elections to be held within the year

UNITED NATIONS, Jan 19, CMC - The top United Nations official in Haiti is calling on the government of the earthquake-ravaged, French-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country to carry out free and fair elections, which have been delayed for over a year, as soon as possible within this year. ... Full story

BERMUDA-COURTS-Chief Justice slams 'disgracefully inadequate' court facilities

HAMILTON, Bermuda, Jan 19, CMC - Chief Justice Ian Kawaley has blasted Bermuda’s court facilities as “disgracefully inadequate”. ... Full story

CARIBBEAN-RUM-CARICOM rum producers in talks with US officials

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Jan 19, CMC – Caribbean Community (CARICCOM) rum producing countries are holding high-level talks with the United States on resolving issues surrounding the rum industry in the region, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has announced. ... Full story

Rum talk

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Jan 19, CMC – Caribbean Community (CARICCOM) rum producing countries are holding high-level talks with the United States on resolving issues surrounding the rum industry in the region, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has announced. ... Full story

UNITED STATES-CRIME-Former pastor pleads guilty to illicit sexual conduct in Haiti

WASHINGTON, Jan 19, CMC - A former church minister in Haiti has pleaded guilty in a North Carolina court to engaging in illicit sexual conduct in the French Caribbean island of Haiti. ... Full story

JAMAICA-DEVELOPMENT-Government to undertake public consultations on trans-shipment hub

KINGSTOWN, Jamaica, Jan 19, CMC – The Jamaica government says it is planning a series of island wide public consultations to sensitise citizens about its plans for the country’s Logistics Hub initiative. ... Full story

GUYANA-POLITICS-Embattled Home Affairs Minister resigns from Privileges Committee

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Jan 19, CMC – Embattled Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee has resigned from the Parliamentary Privileges Committee and the government has called on it to permanently abort or “adjourn indefinitely” its sitting to consider a recent ruling by Chief Justice Ian Chang. ... Full story

BELIZE-EDUCATION-Government disappointed at stand taken by teachers

BELMOPAN, Belize, Jan 19, CMC – The Belize government has expressed its disappointment at the decision by teachers to stage a national demonstration on January 29. ... Full story

BARBADOS-LABOUR-Union and telecommunications company reach agreement

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Jan 19, CMC - The Barbados Workers Union (BWU) has welcomed the agreement reached during the early hours of Saturday with the telecommunications company, Cable and Wireless (Barbados) Limited, and averting a nationwide strike over the dismissal of nearly 100 workers earlier this month. ... Full story

CANANEWS SCHEDULE AT 1200 ECT

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The following is the CANANews Schedule for Saturday, January 19, 2013. ... Full story

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