Puerto Rico

05/08/2019
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Frances Robles

After Protests, Will Real Change Come to Puerto Rico?

Weeks of massive street protests brought down the governor of Puerto Rico and saw his successor at least tentatively installed. But the noisy public celebrations that broke out as Ricardo A. Rosselló left office on Friday left unanswered a more fundamental question about the island’s future.
01/08/2019
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Patricia Mazzei

Who Is Pedro Pierluisi, Who Could Be Puerto Rico’s Next Governor?

A week after announcing his imminent resignation, Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico nominated a new secretary of state who could succeed him. Pedro R. Pierluisi faces a confirmation hearing in the Legislative Assembly on Thursday.
26/07/2019
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Arelis R. Hernández

After Puerto Rico’s governor announces resignation, his successor comes under scrutiny

Mildred Breton joined the thousands of Puerto Ricans in the streets of San Juan on Thursday reveling in a triumphant two weeks of peaceful protest that culminated with the ouster of their embattled governor.
25/07/2019
Política BBC - Reino Unido Politica Latinoamericana

Crisis en Puerto Rico: Ricardo Rosselló renuncia forzado por las intensas protestas tras el escándalo del chat

Ricardo Rosselló anunció este miércoles que renuncia a su cargo como gobernador de Puerto Rico en medio del llamado "escándalo del chat".
24/07/2019
Política Bloomberg - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Michael Deibert

Puerto Rico Governor Set to Quit After Protests, Papers Say

Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello is poised to resign after two weeks of protests drew tens of thousands to the streets of San Juan, according to two of the island’s largest newspapers. His departure would plunge the bankrupt island deeper into uncertainty as it struggles to revive a recession-scarred economy and rebuild from 2017’s devastating Hurricane Maria.
23/07/2019
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana

‘The People Can’t Take It Anymore’: Puerto Rico Erupts in a Day of Protests

Hundreds of thousands of people swept through the capital of Puerto Rico on Monday, shutting down a major highway and paralyzing much of the city in the latest in a series of furious protests over the island’s embattled governor, Ricardo A. Rosselló.
17/07/2019
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Benjamín Torres Gotay

Puerto Rico a la deriva

Entre los miles de manifestantes que el lunes en la tarde llenaron el Viejo San Juan, la ciudad colonial de la capital de Puerto Rico donde se ubica la Fortaleza, residencia oficial del gobernador Ricardo Rosselló, había una joven con una pancarta en la que se leía: “Yo marcho por Rosaura Roque, quien murió en la oscuridad por falta de necesidades básicas. Recuerda su nombre”.
22/03/2019
Política Deutsche Welle (DW) - Alemania Medio Ambiente Judit Alonso

Deforestación y degradación, las mayores amenazas de los bosques en América Latina

Según datos de la FAO, América Latina alberga el 84 por ciento de los bosques naturales del mundo. No obstante, están amenazados por la deforestación y la degradación, entre otros peligros.
06/10/2017
Medio Ambiente El Espectador - Colombia Recursos Naturales

Ecosistema de Puerto Rico tardaría diez años en recuperarse del huracán María

El huracán desajustó todo el ecosistema de la isla: para aves, insectos y otros organismos que dependen de hojas y flores, es un cataclismo.
04/10/2017
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Mary Williams Walsh

Trump Vows to Wipe Out Puerto Rico’s Debt. Can He Do That?

Days before President Trump has to make a critical decision on whether to hold up the Iran nuclear deal, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis openly split with him on abandoning the agreement, the second senior member of the president’s national security team to recently contradict him.
17/08/2017
Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Economía Regional Mark Weisbrot

Strangling Puerto Rico in Order to Save It

The United States invaded Puerto Rico in 1898 and took it from Spain. Although the residents became United States citizens in 1917, the island’s colonial status has been a locus of political debate and struggle for most of its subsequent history.
13/06/2017
Política El Tiempo - Colombia Politica Latinoamericana

Gobernador de Puerto Rico defenderá referendo de anexión en Washington

Rossello pedirá al congreso que respete la votación, aunque la isla no es prioridad de EE. UU.
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