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Renuncia el Procurador General de Puerto Rico

Luis Román Negrón renunció hoy a su posición como Procurador General por razones personales, anunció el secretario interino de la Gobernación, Luis Rivera Marín.

“El gobernador [Ricardo Rosselló] agradece el trabajo y la labor realizada por el Lcdo. Román Negrón y le deseamos el mayor de los éxitos en sus proyectos futuros”, detalló Rivera Marín en un breve comunicado de prensa.

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Luis Román Negrón renunció hoy a su posición como Procurador General por razones personales, anunció el secretario interino de la Gobernación, Luis Rivera Marín.

“El gobernador [Ricardo Rosselló] agradece el trabajo y la labor realizada por el Lcdo. Román Negrón y le deseamos el mayor de los éxitos en sus proyectos futuros”, detalló Rivera Marín en un breve comunicado de prensa.

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Mr. Trump has wanted to take on his own government more overtly for months despite his lawyers’ warnings. Since bringing on Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former New York mayor, as the face of his legal team, the president has turned more aggressive, willing to push boundaries of law enforcement practices.

He remains deeply mistrustful of the Justice Department, according to people who have spoken with him, nursing his animosity for Mr. Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who recused himselffrom the Russia investigation. Even reminders that Mr. Wray has purged several F.B.I. holdovers have not soothed Mr. Trump, associates said.

“I think the president should exercise restraint,” said Christopher Ruddy, his friend and the chief executive of Newsmax Media. “He should use the Reagan model. You shouldn’t get involved in these investigations, leave it to the lawyers, leave it to the people outside the White House. Avoid the Nixon model where you get involved in the investigations and you fire prosecutors and the other stuff that could be perceived as obstruction.”

Sam Nunberg, a former campaign adviser, said the president should not fire Mr. Sessions, Mr. Rosenstein or Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel in charge of the Russia investigation, because “they’re perfect foils.” They and James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director fired by Mr. Trump last year, have become symbols of the “deep state” that Mr. Trump says he is fighting.

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. federal agency tasked with restoring electricity to Puerto Rico, after Hurricane Maria hit the Caribbean last year, is leaving the island though thousands still have no power heading into the next hurricane season starting next month.

Only a last-minute request from the governor of the island, bemoaning the “fragile state” of the power grid, managed to keep most of the generators brought by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on Puerto Rican soil for another six months.

The remaining generators might help keep the lights on for hospitals or police stations if the island gets hit again during the coming hurricane season, which begins June 1.

Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico last September, leaving 1.5 million homes and businesses in the dark. Both the island’s power utility and the Trump Administration’s Federal Emergency Management Agency were criticized for a slow response.

Most power has been restored by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers but the electricity grid remains unreliable, and suffered an island-wide blackout last month.

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“The whole world is very nervous about hurricane time,” said Rosalina Abreu Gonzalez, who lives near Mariana, on the eastern side of the island, where power has still not been restored. “There is a real concern – the government hasn’t provided an energy system that is more secure.”

The Army Corps, a unit of the U.S. armed forces, has said its task is largely complete now that most people have power. About 22,000 customers are still without electricity, most in remote areas, according to the new head of the island’s power utility, the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority.

“Our mission wasn’t to build a modern resilient system,” Charles Alexander, Director of Contingency Operations and Homeland Security Headquarters at the Army Corps, said at a Senate hearing last week.

On April 29, Governor Ricardo Rossello asked U.S. officials to leave behind 850 generators at critical facilities, along with three larger generators used to keep the grid stable. FEMA agreed to leave the mega-generators and generators for 700 critical facilities. Mega-generators supply 75 megawatts of power, enough to power 75,000 homes.

New PREPA Chief Executive Walter Higgins, who has only been on the job for two months, said he is focusing on emergency procedures in the event of another disaster in coming months.

He said there is a plan for building a more resilient grid in the future. Higgins took over from Ricardo Ramos, who resigned as CEO in November after coming under fire for signing unvetted, little-known contractors to restore power, rather than immediately ask for assistance from other utilities.

“Unfortunately, pain causes learning, and what we’ve learned is how to get mutual assistance called for and on the island immediately,” Higgins told Reuters.

Still, PREPA’s grid lacks buried power lines or reinforced poles, common in other hurricane prone areas. The power utility ran up an $8 billion debt over many years, largely due to poor bill collection, causing the system to fall into disrepair.

“It is very hard to see these messages where the government is saying we’re ready for next season. We’re not,” said Sheylda Diaz, a biology professor who lives near Utuado, in the island’s center, where some lines and poles have yet to be fixed.

The Army Corps will not provide further line restoration after Friday, FEMA said.

“People here have no idea that they are leaving,” said Abreu Gonzalez, who runs a center where people without power can go for meals.

Higgins said he sympathizes with those who want the Corps to remain. “I can understand why somebody would want them to stay longer, as long as there’s a single customer out.”

Maria hit shortly after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma slammed the U.S. mainland in 2017, but in both cases, power was largely restored within a week.

“I cannot imagine a scenario where 20,000-plus Texans or 20,000 Floridians were without power and FEMA would make that decision,” said Sen. Martin Heinrich, a Democrat from New Mexico. “I think that’s reprehensible.”

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Memorial Day in Puerto Rico

Memorial Day, a day honoring those who died in active military service, is naturally important in Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico has sent more men and women into military service than most states:

  • 18,000 in World War I
  • 65,000 in World War II
  • 61,000 in the Korean War
  • 48,000 in the Vietnam War
  • 10,000 in the Gulf War
  • 38,000 deployments in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom

More than 25,000 Puerto Ricans are currently in active service, and more than 8,400 are currently in the National Guard.

Puerto Rico’s proud tradition of military service also includes 70 years of U.S. military bases and more than a century of strategically significant placement for the defense of the United States.

Memorial Day is also a time when people also think about veterans.  More than 90,000 veterans live in Puerto Rico. More than 30 veterans’ service organizations are active in the territory. Over half of the residents of Puerto Rico have served for their country, or have family members who have done so.

And yet the veterans and service families of Puerto Rico cannot vote for their commander in chief.

As a territory, Puerto Rico cannot vote in presidential elections as states do. Puerto Rico has no senators — even though 21 states with fewer U.S. citizens that Puerto Rico have the two senators allowed for every state. Puerto Rico has just one representative in the House, and that representative has no vote.

Puerto Rico is treated differently from the states, often in ways that affect veterans. Health care, for example, is not federally supported in Puerto Rico at the same level that it is in the states. The U.S. territory lacks the resources afforded to states, which have two Senators and proportional representation in the House of Representatives to fight for state-based needs.

Over the last decade, Puerto Rico has lost 600,000 people to migration to states. Continued population loss coule force Puerto Rico into even more severe financial crisis if it is allowed to continue.

Many veterans see Puerto Rico statehood as the solution to this inequality.

As a state, Puerto Rico would have equal representation in Congress. Veterans with the dignity of a permanent political status would have equal rights under federal laws and better access to veteran services. Puerto Rico would also have the resources to work on areas of need such as drug trafficking, making both Puerto Rico and the states safer and more secure.

The 51st state of Puerto Rico would also be in a position to reform its government and update its economic model. When Puerto Rico can grow its economy and carry its fair share of federal costs, veterans in Puerto Rico will have the quality of life and security enjoyed by their fellow citizens in the states.

Puerto Rico’s veterans and active service members, like their fellow military service men and women living in the states, fought to defend the core American values of democracy, justice, and equality. Yet as long as Puerto Rico remains a non-voting U.S. territory, these principles of democracy are not being honored at home.

 

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La directora ejecutiva de la Compañía de Turismo de Puerto Rico, Carla Campos, señaló que desde el paso del huracán en septiembre, la isla ha recibido 617.000 pasajeros de crucero y se anticipa una cifra de 600.000 más durante los 6 primeros meses de 2018.

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