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Senate President Thomas Rivera Schatz, who played a key role in the successful court challenge to the swearing-in of Pedro Pierluisi after Gov. Ricardo Rosselló resigned, publicly backed Resident Commissioner Jenniffer González — Puerto Rico’s representative to the U.S. …

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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — A day after Puerto Rico got its third governor in less than a week following angry street protests, top officials from new leader Wanda Vázquez’s own party talked openly Thursday about their desire to see a fourth take over the position.
Senate President Thomas Rivera Schatz, who played a key role in the successful court challenge to the swearing-in of Pedro Pierluisi after Gov. Ricardo Rosselló resigned, publicly backed Resident Commissioner Jenniffer González — Puerto Rico’s representative to the U.S. Congress — to become governor. Party allies appeared to fall in line.
“The leadership … basically agrees that Jenniffer should be the governor,” said José Meléndez of the New Progressive Party. “It is a matter that must be treated bit by bit because we do not know what is in the mind of Wanda Vázquez.”
But “Jenniffer is the consensus person,” he added. “This should happen quickly, but it depends on what the governor says. … The key to breaking the bottleneck lies with Wanda Vázquez.”
For González to become governor, she would have to be nominated to the open secretary of state position and confirmed. Then Vázquez would have to resign, though the new governor said she did not intend to step down despite previous comments that she didn’t want the job.
Rivera Schatz held an hours-long closed-door meeting with senators, legislators and González on Thursday.
“We truly don’t know what’s going to happen,” said Mayor Francisco López of the central mountain town of Barranquitas, who expressed support for González.
“We will discuss pros and cons,” said Rep. María de Lourdes Ramos, who said she does not necessarily share the Senate president’s views on González. “Right now what’s best for us is unity.”
González said the presidents of the House and Senate called her last weekend asking if she was available to become secretary of state as a candidate of consensus, and she agreed if it would help restore credibility and stability to Puerto Rico.
“There must be fundamental changes in the entire structure of government, in all cabinet officials and in all contracts that the government of Puerto Rico has,” González said, adding that she would meet with Vázquez later Thursday. “It’s time that people and not politicians become the priority.”
González, who is also chairwoman of the Republican Party of Puerto Rico, also warned that the U.S. government has doubts about how the island is handling federal funds: “The specter of corruption has called into question access to those funds. … They don’t trust Puerto Rico’s institutions or its officials.”
Even after a Supreme Court ruling Wednesday that Pierluisi had been placed in office unconstitutionally, resulting in Vázquez swearing in as governor the same evening, people on the economically struggling territory of 3.2 million were already bracing for more turmoil.
The political establishment was knocked off balance by huge street protests spawned by anger over corruption, mismanagement of funds and a leaked obscenity-laced chat in which Rosselló and several top aides disparaged women, gay people and victims of Hurricane Maria, among others.
On July 10, Rosselló’s former education secretary, former Health Insurance Administration chief and three others were arrested on charges of steering federal money to unqualified, politically connected contractors. Islanders are also angry over the territory’s protracted economic woes and slow recovery from 2017’s devastating Hurricane Maria.
Vásquez sought to calm the anger in a televised statement late Wednesday, saying she shares the pain of recent weeks and vowing to bring unity and stability.
“We have all felt the anxiety provoked by the instability and uncertainty,” Vázquez said. “Faced with this enormous challenge and with God ahead, I take a step forward with no interest other than serving the people as I have done my whole life.”
Vázquez, 59, has worked in government for more than 30 years and is the second woman to be governor. She would serve out the remainder of Rosselló’s term until elections in November 2020 — unless she doesn’t.
At least some involved in the anti-Rosselló protests are calling for her ouster, too, seeing her as a continuation of the previous administration.
Critics say Vázquez was not aggressive enough as justice secretary in pursuing corruption investigations involving members of her New Progressive Party and that she did not prioritize gender violence cases. She’s also been accused of ignoring investigations into alleged mismanagement of hurricane aid, and of possible ethics violations.
Appointed justice secretary in January 2017, Vázquez previously worked as a district attorney for two decades at Puerto Rico’s Justice Department, handling domestic and sexual abuse cases. In 2010, she was appointed director of the Office for Women’s Rights.
In her televised statement Wednesday night, Vázquez said she would work for all Puerto Ricans.
“History has brought me here without any political aspirations,” she said. “I recognize that I was not chosen by the people for this position. … But I came from those same people. I am a product of public schools. … I know what it is to come from nothing. I know what hard work is.”
A small group of protesters gathered earlier outside the governor’s mansion in San Juan’s colonial district calling for her to resign and yelling: “There’ll be no peace as long as there’s impunity!” The crowd remained calm as onlookers including tourists took pictures and video of them.
Also Thursday, the federal control board that oversees Puerto Rico’s finances announced it would investigate services provided by global accounting firm BDO Puerto Rico, which has been awarded more than 95 contracts by the island’s government and whose former managing partner was recently charged by federal authorities for alleged fraud.
“Complete visibility and accountability for public funds are essential for good governance,” said Natalie Jarekso, the board’s executive director.
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SAN JUAN – The Financial Oversight and Management Board for Puerto Rico announced Thursday that it issued a request for proposals (RFP) for conducting a “financial examination of audit, accounting and other services” performed by BDO Puerto Rico since 2016.
BDO Puerto Rico held more than 95 contracts, “subject to over 100 amendments,” with the island’s government and its instrumentalities during that period, the board said.
The purpose of the investigation, the board said, is to “determine whether the integrity of any of the services provided by BDO was affected by alleged fraudulent activities of the firm’s former managing partner,” who was recently charged by federal authorities.
The chair of the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources, Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) and Rep. Nydia Velázquez (D-N.Y.) sent a previously unreported letter to Natalie Jaresko, the executive director of the Puerto Rico Financial Oversight and Management Board (FOMB), on Aug. 2, urging the panel to investigate BDO Puerto Rico. The letter is in relation to BDO Puerto Rico managing partner Fernando Scherrer having been indicted for wire fraud, conspiracy and money laundering.
In addition to providing financial services for the Puerto Rico government—including the departments of Health, Education and Treasury—BDO Puerto Rico provides monthly financial reports for the Puerto Rico Electric Power Agency (Prepa), which is undergoing a bankruptcy-like process in a venue known as a Title III court under the terms of the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management and Economic Stability Act (Promesa).
Grijalva and Velázquez wrote that BDO Puerto Rico’s services to the public power corporation “are critical to the accurate representation of PREPA’s financial position, which underlies the representations made to the FOMB, bidders in PREPA’s privatization process, as well as representations to the Title III court regarding PREPA’s bankruptcy and debt restructuring.” The Title III deliberations they note, “are currently at a highly sensitive stage,” underscoring the urgency of a thorough investigation of BDO Puerto Rico’s work on PREPA’s behalf.
In addition to Scherrer, an ongoing FBI probe of corruption in Puerto Rican government contracting has already resulted in the arrests of Alberto Velázquez-Piñol, a BDO contractor; former Education Secretary Julia Keleher; former Puerto Rico Health Insurance Administration head Ángela Ávila; and education contractors Glenda Ponce and Mayra Ponce.
Referencing the recent report that BDO Puerto Rico “may be shredding documents” following their request for an investigation into the firm’s audits and work, Grijalva said: “The Puerto Rican people are tired of corruption, tired of being taken advantage of, and tired of wrongdoing going unpunished. If BDO Puerto Rico is shredding documents, it doesn’t matter at this point if it’s part of a routine schedule. It must stop now. This is a very precarious moment for the credibility of the island’s government and major institutions. The priority now has to be transparency and integrity.”
The fiscal board clarified Thursday that the focus of the investigation is financial; thus, “legal actions or remedies are not within the scope of the investigation and are the responsibility of law enforcement” authorities.
“Complete visibility, and accountability for public funds are essential for good governance. The people of Puerto Rico have a right to know that services were provided in accordance with contracts,” the board’s executive director, Natalie Jaresko, said in the announcing press release. “If the services required to be provided by BDO Puerto Rico and its affiliates were compromised, the people deserve to know. All legal determinations will be left to the appropriate authorities.”
Submissions for the RFP are due Aug. 22. The board expects to have a final investigation report within 90 days after selecting an investigative firm and said its findings will be made public after the investigation concludes.
“The timing of the investigation will depend mainly on the degree of cooperation of the government and its instrumentalities, which will determine whether the Oversight Board would be required to resort to legal actions to obtain the necessary information,” Jaresko added. “The Oversight Board will exercise the full extent of its authorities to perform this investigation.”
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