Puerto Rico’s Governor Ricardo Rosselló Resigns After Protests

Maria Perez
Jul 25, 2019 - 7:00
Puerto Rico’s Governor Ricardo Rosselló Resigns After Protests

Ricardo Rosselló, Governor of Puerto Rico, has resigned, effective August 2, 2019. His resignation comes after more than 10 days of protests on the island. On July 13, text messages were leaked of the governor and 11 of his close, male allies insulting women and making fun of their constituents, including citizens who were victims of Hurricane Maria. Since the chats were leaked, there have been thousands of people demanding that Rosselló step down. In a Facebook video...

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