GUESTS ARRIVE AT HOTEL NACIONAL DE CUBA - HD
Guests arrive at the Hotel Nacional de Cuba, a luxury hotel on Havana's coast. Transferred to Apple Pro Res 422 HQ. All forms of HD and SD available.
DEBATE-1
00:00:00:00 RAW-VO of the second South Carolina presidential primary debate; (this debate focused on the negative campaign ads run on TV by each of the candidates; it is an unfonted, switched, cl ...
CUBA MARCH - PRO HELMS/1500 (10/14/1995)
THOUSANDS OF CUBAN AMERICANS TAKE TO THE STREETS OF MIAMI IN PROTEST--HOPING TO CHANGE THE U-S CUBA POLICY. THE GROUP "UNIDAD CUBANA" SAYS THIS AFTERNOON'S MARCH IS FOR TWO REASONS. FIRST-TO SUPPORT THE HELMS-BURTON BILL --WHICH WOULD TIGHTEN THE EMBARGO AGAINST FIDEL CASTRO'S GOVERNMENT. -AND TO PROTEST CASTRO'S PLANNED VISIT TO THE UNITED NATIONS NEXT WEEKEND. THE HUGE TURNOUT INCLUDED SOME DIGNITARIES. -SOT- STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS SAY STILL HAVEN'T DECIDED WHETHER TO ISSUE CASTRO A VISA.
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PRO CASTRO DEMONSTRATION
FTG ON DEMONSTRATION PRO CUBAN LEADER FIDEL CASTRO. 14:02:40 MS OF PRO CASTRO DEMONSTRATORS AS THEY STAND AT WALL NEAR STREET & HOLD CUBAN FLAGS & SIGNS. 14:02:47 TIGHT SHOT OF SIGN READING BIENVENIDO FIDEL ATC MIAMI. 14:02:51 TIGHT SHOT OF DEMONSTRATORS WHO USES MEGAPHONE & SHOUTS CUBA SI BLOCKADE NO. 14:02:58 TIGHT SHOT OF MAN HOLDING SIGN READING EL BLOQUEO ES ARMA DE COBARDES. 14:03:04 TIGHT SHOT OF MAN SMOKING CIGAR & WAVING CUBAN FLAG. 14:03:06 TIGHT SHOT OF YOUNG WOMAN SHOUTING & WAVING CUBAN FLAG. 14:03:14 MS OF POLICE CAR PULLING DOWN STREET THROUGH RAIN AS DEMONSTRATORS STAND NEAR WALL IN BG. 14:03:25 TIGHT SHOT OF PEOPLE HOLDING BANNER IN STREET READING CUBA FOREVER / SEN JESSE HELMS HOME. 14:03:30 TIGHT SHOT OF PERSON HOLDING SIGN READING MAINE SALUTES FIDEL. 14:03:32 WS OF STREET AS PRO CASTRO DEMONSTRATION MARCHERS HOLD SIGNS & LARGE CUBAN FLAG IN FG. 14:03:54 VS OF DEMONSTRATION MARCHERS AS THEY CHANT CUBA SI BLOCKADE NO. 14:04:22 MS OF MOUNTED POLICE. 14:04:31 TIGHT SHOT OF MARCHER HOLDING SMALL CUBAN FLAG. 14:04:43 VS OF MARCHERS. 14:05:00 TIGHT SHOT OF BANNER READING NO TO THE US EMBARGO MONTREAL. 14:05:12 MOS INTV W/ MARCHER WHO SAYS THERE ARE IN MARCH TODAY TO GIVE PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON MESSAGE TO END GENOCIDAL BLOCKADE AGAINST CUBA. 14:05:33 VS OF MARCHERS INCLUDING CHILDREN. 14:05:40 MS OF POLICE REMOVING SEWER COVER AS TRAFFIC APPEARS IN FG. 14:05:59 MS OF POLICE OUTSIDE CUBAN CONSULATE. BLANK. 14:06:38 TIGHT SHOT OF YOUNG WOMAN & MAN OUTSIDE STORE. 14:06:50 MS OF PRO CASTRO DEMONSTRATION MARCHERS AS POLICE STAND IN FG. REFEED. 14:07:19 SLATE. REPEAT FTG. 14:08:13 MS OF MARCHER BEATING DRUM. 14:08:22 TIGHT SHOT OF PERSON IN WHEELCHAIR IN MARCH. 14:08:31 MS OF MARCHERS IN TIMES SQUARE. 14:09:12 MS OF SMALL CHILD MARCHING. 14:09:21 WS OF STREET AT DUSK AS POLICE CARS LEAD MARCH. 14:11:04 MS OF MARCHER HOLDING SIGN W/ PHOTO OF CUBAN LEADER FIDEL CASTRO. BREAKUP.
[Plateau analyse: Can economic sanctions against Russia be effective? ]
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
PRO CASTRO DEMONSTRATION
FTG ON DEMONSTRATION PRO CUBAN LEADER FIDEL CASTRO. 14:02:40 MS OF PRO CASTRO DEMONSTRATORS AS THEY STAND AT WALL NEAR STREET & HOLD CUBAN FLAGS & SIGNS. 14:02:47 TIGHT SHOT OF SIGN READING BIENVENIDO FIDEL ATC MIAMI. 14:02:51 TIGHT SHOT OF DEMONSTRATORS WHO USES MEGAPHONE & SHOUTS CUBA SI BLOCKADE NO. 14:02:58 TIGHT SHOT OF MAN HOLDING SIGN READING EL BLOQUEO ES ARMA DE COBARDES. 14:03:04 TIGHT SHOT OF MAN SMOKING CIGAR & WAVING CUBAN FLAG. 14:03:06 TIGHT SHOT OF YOUNG WOMAN SHOUTING & WAVING CUBAN FLAG. 14:03:14 MS OF POLICE CAR PULLING DOWN STREET THROUGH RAIN AS DEMONSTRATORS STAND NEAR WALL IN BG. 14:03:25 TIGHT SHOT OF PEOPLE HOLDING BANNER IN STREET READING CUBA FOREVER / SEN JESSE HELMS HOME. 14:03:30 TIGHT SHOT OF PERSON HOLDING SIGN READING MAINE SALUTES FIDEL. 14:03:32 WS OF STREET AS PRO CASTRO DEMONSTRATION MARCHERS HOLD SIGNS & LARGE CUBAN FLAG IN FG. 14:03:54 VS OF DEMONSTRATION MARCHERS AS THEY CHANT CUBA SI BLOCKADE NO. 14:04:22 MS OF MOUNTED POLICE. 14:04:31 TIGHT SHOT OF MARCHER HOLDING SMALL CUBAN FLAG. 14:04:43 VS OF MARCHERS. 14:05:00 TIGHT SHOT OF BANNER READING NO TO THE US EMBARGO MONTREAL. 14:05:12 MOS INTV W/ MARCHER WHO SAYS THERE ARE IN MARCH TODAY TO GIVE PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON MESSAGE TO END GENOCIDAL BLOCKADE AGAINST CUBA. 14:05:33 VS OF MARCHERS INCLUDING CHILDREN. 14:05:40 MS OF POLICE REMOVING SEWER COVER AS TRAFFIC APPEARS IN FG. 14:05:59 MS OF POLICE OUTSIDE CUBAN CONSULATE. BLANK. 14:06:38 TIGHT SHOT OF YOUNG WOMAN & MAN OUTSIDE STORE. 14:06:50 MS OF PRO CASTRO DEMONSTRATION MARCHERS AS POLICE STAND IN FG. REFEED. 14:07:19 SLATE. REPEAT FTG. 14:08:13 MS OF MARCHER BEATING DRUM. 14:08:22 TIGHT SHOT OF PERSON IN WHEELCHAIR IN MARCH. 14:08:31 MS OF MARCHERS IN TIMES SQUARE. 14:09:12 MS OF SMALL CHILD MARCHING. 14:09:21 WS OF STREET AT DUSK AS POLICE CARS LEAD MARCH. 14:11:04 MS OF MARCHER HOLDING SIGN W/ PHOTO OF CUBAN LEADER FIDEL CASTRO. BREAKUP.
SHIP PASSENGERS ARRIVE IN HAVANA - HD
Passengers on a steamship's deck view the Havana coastline. VO says "It's simple and easy for American citizens to visit Cuba." Transferred to Apple Pro Res 422 HQ. All forms of HD and SD available.
STATE DEPARTMENT BRIEFING (1995)
STATE SPOKESPERSON CHRISTINE SHELLY BRIEFS REPORTERS ON THE ARREST OF ROBERT VESCO IN CUBA, AND ON THE BOSNIAN ARMS EMBARGO.
[Reactions in Cuba on the diplomatic rapprochement with the United States]
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President Bill Clinton Comments On Haiti (1993)
President Clinton approached a microphone for the purpose of briefing the press on the U.S. policy toward Haiti in light of renewed violence by the military government.
8 p.m.: [show May 30, 2014]
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Mexico Protest - Hundreds march in support of Cuba
NAME: MEX PROTEST 130504N TAPE: EF04/0505 IN_TIME: 10:02:44:12 DURATION: 00:01:50:03 SOURCES: APTN DATELINE: Mexico City - 12 May 2004 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot of demonstrators marching by the Angel of Independence with Cuban and Mexican flags 2. Mid shot of man chanting "Yes to Cuba no to the Yankees." 3. Man dressed in a costume of Mexican President Vicente Fox UPSOUND: (Spanish) "Communist die. certainly" 4. Mid shot of demonstrators with banners against US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and US President George W. Bush 5. Mid shot of demonstrators chanting 6. Wide shot of truck with pro-Fidel Castro banners and Cuban flags 7. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Jesus Escamilla , member of the National Solidarity movement for Cuba: "First of all, we demand from the Mexican government the re-establishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba, the return of the Cuban ambassador and the return of our ambassador to Havana. In second place, a free and sovereign foreign policy, based in our history and with basis on our constitution and in third place, Mexico can't be an accomplice of the new attempts of the White House to destroy the people and government of Cuba." 8. Mid shot of demonstrators with masks depicting Fox, former Mexican President Salinas de Gortari, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara 9. Banner reading "Cease the terrorism against Cuba" 10. Wide shot of demonstrators marching 11. Wide of demonstrators with banners and flags STORYLINE: Thousands of demonstrators from different political and non-government organisations marched through the streets of Mexico City on Wednesday in support of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba, and against their own country's foreign policy. The rally came a week after Mexican President Vicente Fox told the Cuban ambassador to leave and withdrew Mexico's top representative in Havana. The demonstration, attended by some five thousand, started at the Angel of Independence and continued to El Zocalo square by the national palace were people gathered to demand the Mexican government resume diplomatic relations with Cuba. The demonstrators condemned President Fox's decision to downgrade diplomatic relations and also protested against US measures to tighten the embargo on cash transfers to the island. Jesus Escamilla, member of the National Solidarity movement for Cuba said the march sought three main issues, demand from the Mexican government the re-establishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba, the return of the Cuban ambassador and the return of the Mexican ambassador to Havana; a free and sovereign foreign policy, and that Mexico should not be an accomplice of "new attempts of the White House to destroy the people and government of Cuba." Chanting "Cuba yes, Yankee no," the demonstrators marched past the American Embassy. Mexican officials have justified the cooling of relations, saying Cuba had interfered in Mexican affairs through a recent series of statements.
COUPLE UNPACKS IN STEAMSHIP STATE ROOM - HD
A young couple gets comfortable in their small stateroom aboard a ship bound for Havana, Cuba. Transferred to Apple Pro Res 422 HQ. All forms of HD and SD available.
STEAMSHIP PURSER'S OFFICE - HD
Passengers traveling on the Florida check in with the purser's office before boarding a steamship bound for Cuba. Transferred to Apple Pro Res 422 HQ. All forms of HD and SD available.
8 p.m.: [program May 14, 2014]
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APTN 1830
AP-APTN-1830 Prime News -Final Monday, 18 February 2013 Prime News Venezuela Chavez 2 01:33 AP Clients Only +4:3 President Chavez returns home after more than two months of medical treatment in Cuba Venezuela Chavez 3 01:34 AP Clients Only Reaction as Chavez returns home after more than two months of medical treatment in Cuba Venezuela Chavez 4 02:34 AP Clients Only Chavez supporters stage street celebrations outside military hospital Switzerland UN Syria 03:04 AP Clients Only UN report say both pro- and anti-govt forces in Syria have become increasingly violent, Del Ponte briefing Pakistan Attack 2 02:36 AP Clients Only Suicide bombers attack office of senior political official Mideast Netanyahu 01:58 AP Clients Only Israeli PM says NKorea's nuclear test is proof sanctions won't stop Iran's atomic programme ++SAfrica Pistorius 2 02:52 AP Clients Only Expert says Pistorius needs to prove exceptional circumstances in bail hearing ++Belgium EU FMs 4 01:43 AP Clients Only UK and French welcome the amendment on arms embargo to Syrian opposition ++Germany Meat 01:00 AP Clients Only German officials are vowing tighter controls on meat products ++Belgium Russia NATO 01:39 AP Clients Only Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov holds talks with NATO chief B-u-l-l-e-t-i-n begins at 1830 GMT. AP-WF-02-18-13 1918GMT
Estafa en Punta del Este = Scam in Punta del Este
Cuban News
CUBAN LANDMARKS - HD
Pre-embargo tourists visit Havana's Columbus Cathedral and the National Capitol Building. Transferred to Apple Pro Res 422 HQ. All forms of HD and SD available.
US Cuba - Bush comments on political situation in Cuba
NAME: US CUBA 20080307Ix TAPE: EF08/0263 IN_TIME: 11:02:52:16 DURATION: 00:01:56:09 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Washington DC - 7 Mar 2008 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. US President George W Bush walking into Roosevelt Room to make statement on Cuba 2. Wide of Bush at podium 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) US President George W Bush: "A few weeks ago, reports of the supposed retirement of Cuba's dictator initially led many to believe that the time had finally come for the United States to change our policy on Cuba and improve our relations with the regime. That sentiment is exactly backward. To improve relations, what needs to change is not the United States; what needs to change is Cuba." 4. Audience in Roosevelt Room 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) US President George W Bush: "So far, all Cuba has done is replace one dictator with another. And its former ruler is still influencing events from behind the scenes. This is the same system, the same faces and the same policies that led Cuba to its miseries in the first place. The United States is isolating the Cuban regime and we're reaching out to the Cuban people." 6. Wide of Bush at podium 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) US President George W Bush: "Unfortunately, the list of countries supporting the Cuban people is far too short. And the democracies absent from that list are far too notable. When a new day finally dawns for Cubans, they will remember the few brave nations that stood with them, and the many that did not." 8. Wide of Bush speaking at podium STORYLINE: US President George W Bush chastised most other countries on Friday for "a sad and curious pattern" of doing little to speak out against human rights and political abuses in Cuba. In a statement on Cuba from the White House Roosevelt Room, Bush said that "unfortunately, the list of counties supporting the Cuban people is far too short and the democracies absent from that list are far too notable." Bush said that the "small band of brave nations" speaking out for freedom in Cuba include his own administration as well as former nations that were in the Communist bloc but are now democratic such as the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. "When a new day finally dawns for Cubans, they will remember the few brave nations that stood with them, and the many that did not," Bush said. The president said the global community has largely remained silent in recent months, even as dozens of young Cubans wearing "change" bracelets were arrested, as Cuban authorities raided a Catholic church to spray parishioners with tear-gas and drag them away. Last weekend, activists distributing copies of the UN Declaration on Human Rights were pushed and beaten. Bush has renewed his focus on Cuba since Fidel Castro officially stepped down last month after decades ruling the island. Fidel's brother, Raul Castro, took over as president in the ailing leader's place. He had been provisional president since his brother, who led the nation for nearly a half a century, underwent emergency surgery in July 2006. But Bush said any speculation that the leadership shift would affect US policy toward Cuba "is exactly backward." "So far, all Cuba has done is replace one dictator with another," the US President said. "This is the same system, the same faces, and the same policies that led Cuba to its miseries in the first place." He continued to say the only way for relations to improve between Cuba and the United States was for the government there to pave the way for free and fair elections, release all political prisoners and respect human rights "in word and deed." "What needs to change is not the United States; what needs to change is Cuba," Bush said. "Cuba's government must begin a process as peaceful democratic change." For years, lawmakers of both parties have been trying to chip away at the United States' Cold War-era trade, travel and home visit restrictions aimed at undermining a hostile government just 90 miles from US shores. They argue that last month's change in leadership provided the opportunity to lift the embargo. The Bush administration, however, has been adamant that a new Castro in power doesn't mean a new Cuba. Bush spoke after meeting in the Oval Office with Miguel Sigler Amaya and his wife, Josefa Lopez Pena. Five years ago this month, in what Bush called "a tragic moment in the history of Cuba," Amaya was among scores arrested for offences against the regime. He was released in 2006 and ordered to leave the country with his wife. But 75 pro-democracy activists sentenced in that 2003 crackdown to 20 years remain in prison for their participation in peaceful activities, including Amaya's brothers, Ariel and Guida Sigler Amaya.
CUBAN LANDMARKS - 2 - HD
A view of Havana's narrow streets. Pre-embargo tourists visit the Lady of Mercy church, whose courtyard features a bust of Christopher Columbus. Transferred to Apple Pro Res 422 HQ. All forms of HD and SD available.
Costa Rica Cubans - Protest against alleged repression in Cuba
NAME: CSR CUBANS 191104N TAPE: EF04/1132 IN_TIME: 10:17:43:06 DURATION: 00:02:07:02 SOURCES: APTN DATELINE: San Jose, 16/18 Nov 2004 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: November 18, 2004 1. Tilt down on San Rafael's church to group of mothers and women against repression in Cuba 2. Women holding placards with photos of men held in prison in Cuba 3. Placards with photos of men held prisoner in Cuban jails 4. Women entering church with Cuban flags and photos 5. Priest and Cuban flag 6. Women at mass with Cuban flags 7. Mass 8. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Silvia Hiriondo, President of Mothers and Women Against Repression in Cuba: "Precisely this Ibero-American summit moves us to show the Cuban reality, to bring the Cuban democratic opposition to this stage and show the inhuman situation of the political prisoners of Cuba. To represent the Cuban people that aren't represented in this summit through the politicians of (Cuban President Fidel) Castro's regime that hold illegally and against the Cuban people the power in Cuba." 9. Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque at a pro-Cuban ceremony 10. Pull out from pro-Cuban supporters to Roque 11. Pan of pro-Cuban concert 12. Singer 13. Audience 14. Concert hall November 16, 2004 15. Demonstrators storming the legislative assembly with placards in support of Cuba 16. Demonstrators shouting slogans against the US and in favour of Cuba in the legislative assembly 17. Pro-Cuban demonstrators with placards reading: "Cuba: capitalism free territory" 18. Pull out from placard reading: "No to the criminal embargo against Cuba" to wide shot of demonstrators STORYLINE: Foreign ministers from 21 nations compromised on a Cuban-backed anti-terror resolution on Thursday as part of a broad declaration their heads of state are to approve over the weekend, several of the diplomats said. The Cuban resolution had been the only reported sticking point in the summit agreements for heads of state and other top officials of Spain, Portugal and 19 of their former Latin American colonies. Late on Thursday afternoon in San Jose, a group called 'Mothers and Women against Repression in Cuba' held a mass to protest against Cuban President Fidel Castro's regime, and in favour of democracy on the island. Meanwhile, another group held a pro-Cuban gathering that had among its guests Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque and other top Cuban officials present at the summit. While Castro was among five leaders who were staying away, his country, as usual, was near the centre of debate at the annual Ibero-American summit. Cuba had proposed a measure meant to show that it, too, has suffered from terrorism. It urged criticising former Panamanian President Mireya Moscoso for the pardon in August of four Cuban exiles who had been accused of plotting to assassinate Castro at the 2000 Ibero-American Summit in Panama. It also criticised the United States for taking in three of the men. As the meeting neared a close late on Thursday, Roque reportedly said his colleagues had agreed on language denouncing terrorism "in all its forms and manifestations" and calling on states to prosecute or extradite terror suspects. The summit's "Declaration of San Jose" also reaffirms the community's condemnation of a US law that punishes foreign companies doing business in Cuba. The focus of the summit is supposed to be on education and the declaration promises new efforts to promote and expand funding for education throughout the region. It said that multilateral lending organisations should allow countries to pay off part of their debts by expanding spending on education. The statement reasserts the community's commitment to international cooperation as the only effective way to solve "global problems and challenges". At least 16 heads of government are due to arrive at the summit, at least for a few hours. Castro isn't there because of a broken knee and arm, Chile's Ricardo Lagos and Peru's Alejandro Toledo are staying at home to prepare for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit, Portugal's Jorge Sampaio is ill and Brazil's Inacio Lula da Silva is hosting a visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
CUBAN LANDMARKS - 3 - HD
Pre-embargo tourists visit unidentified fortresses. VO says "Everyone in Havana welcomes the tourists. They're anxious to show you their beautiful, old, historical city." Transferred to Apple Pro Res 422 HQ. All forms of HD and SD available.
CUBAN LEADER CASTRO AT HARLEM CHURCH
FTG FOR CS ON CUBAN LEADER FIDEL CASTRO AT HARLEM CHURCH. 09:59:58 MS OF CASTRO MOTORCADE PULLING DOWN STREET OUTSIDE ABYSSINIAN BAPTIST CHURCH AS PEOPLE CHEER IN FG AT NIGHT. 10:00:03 MS OF PERSON HOLDING SIGN READING FIDEL SI / RUDY NO. 10:00:06 TIGHT SHOT OF CASTRO IN MILITARY FATIGUES & CAP AS HE WALKS TO LECTERN AREA OF ABYSSINIAN CHURCH & HUGS CHURCH OFFICIALS. 10:00:11 HAS OF CHEERING CONGREGATION. 10:00:14 TIGHT SHOT OF FEMALE CHURCH OFFICIAL WHO SAYS CUBA IS WELCOME IN HARLEM. 10:00:19 MS OF CASTRO AS HE DELIVERS SPEECH IN CHURCH & FEMALE TRANSLATOR STANDS NEARBY. 10:00:24 LS OF CASTRO AS CONGREGANTS APPLAUD IN FG. 10:00:27 TIGHT SHOT OF CASTRO AS HE SAYS THROUGH TRANSLATOR THAT CUBA WILL NEVER CHANGE BECAUSE IT IS RIGHT. 10:00:32 LAS OF DEMONSTRATOR WAVING CUBAN FLAG OUTSIDE UNITED NATIONS (UN). 10:00:35 TIGHT SHOT OF ANTI-CASTRO DEMONSTRATORS HOLDING BANNER READING CASTRO'S CREDENTIALS IMPRESSIVE RESUME IN HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES. 10:00:41 MS OF PRO CASTRO DEMONSTRATORS HOLDING WELCOME SIGNS. 10:00:42 TIGHT SHOT OF MAN AT BARRICADE HOLDING SIGN READING END US EMBARGO AGAINST CUBA. 10:00:45 LS OF CASTRO IN BUSINESS SUIT AS HE STANDS W/ WORLD LEADERS AT UN FORMAL PHOTO OP TO COMMEMORATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF UN. 10:00:53 TWO SHOT OF CHINESE PRESIDENT JIANG ZEMIN & PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON AT UN CLASS PHOTO OP. 10:00:55 HAS OF CASTRO IN BUSINESS SUIT AS HE WALKS TO PODIUM IN UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 10:00:58 TIGHT SHOT OF CASTRO AS HE DELIVERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY SPEECH. CORRESPONDENT DAVID ENSOR VO. 10:01:03 HAS OF CHAMBER AS DELEGATES APPLAUD.