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Grenada / Elections #535191

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 03, 1984
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(Studio) Grenada's first elections since United States invasion reported held today; amount of United States aid given island so far mentioned.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Grenada) Elec.'s implication for United States policy here discussed; films shown. British and Canadian high commissions and Organization of American States said providing election observers. [British observer John KELLY - notes lack of problems so far.] [Maurice Bishop Patriotic Movement candidate Kendrick RAOIX - accuses United States of financing pro-American New National party.] [US charge d'affaires Loren LAWRENCE - responds.] Reagan administration's support for New National party, despite officially remaining neutral, thought factor in election's outcome; right-wing candidate Sir Eric Gairy and NNP canidate Herbert Blaize mentioned, shown.
REPORTER: John Severson

Brokaw, Tom;
Severson, John

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