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Sir Edwin gives failing grade

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Sir Edwin gives failing grade

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FORMER CARICOM Secretary General Sir Edwin Carrington is unhappy that freedom of movement within the Caribbean states has become a major talking point.
Sir Edwin, who received the highest CARICOM honour for his contribution to development of the region at the opening ceremony of the 32nd Heads of Government meeting on Thursday night, said it had become one of the failings of the region.
“I really don’t understand why the freedom of movement has to be such an issue. It is a problem and it is one of the areas where we cannot defend the pitfalls,” he told the SATURDAY SUN in an interview in St Kitts yesterday.
The former secretary general, who is now Trinidad and Tobago’s ambassador to CARICOM, said regional freedom of movement was a psychological headache. (TS)
Full story in today’s SATURDAY SUN.