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Caribbean: Barbados takes steps to become a Republic
Barbados
By George Alleyne, newsday.co.tt

Barbados, long regarded as the most conservative of Britain's former Caribbean colonies, will have pleased many in the Region with the announcement by its Prime Minister, Owen Arthur, of a planned move to become a Republic and replace the Queen of England as its Head of State. The news, together with the around the corner formal acceptance of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to replace the Privy Council as the country's final Court of Appeal, places Barbados firmly ahead of Trinidad and Tobago which, while it has been a Republic since 1976, still sees some childishly fretting over whether it should break with the Privy Council, a relic of its colonial past. Or more to the point whether they will allow it to pursue this course.

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