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Contact: Primus Hutchinson

Friday, October 31, 2003 - The governance of the CARICOM community will be among key issues down for discussion, when CARICOM Heads of Government convene a special meeting in St. Lucia in early November.

Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs and International Trade, Cosmos Richardson, says the leaders will focus on issues requiring special attention, ranging from judicial to external matters.

According to Richardson, among issues to be discussed, will be an update on the establishment of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) and the implementation of the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME).

During the period of November 10th to 14th, three important regional meetings will be held at the National Insurance Corporationís conference room.

The meetings begin with the 38th session of OECS Authority, followed on November 12, by a meeting of the CARICOM Council for Trade and Economic Development, involving CARICOM ministers of trade.

The series of meetings culminate on November 13th and 14th with the special meeting of the heads of the CARICOM community.

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