Isabella Philippi Cámara
Puerto Rico as Top Tourist Destination During Pandemic Raises Serious Concerns From Residents
Data received from the Official Airline Guide (OAG) showed that 491,337 seats were sold for flights arriving at Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport (SJU) in March 2021.
Missing Boxes, Memory Cards and Ballots: Puerto Rico’s Election Disaster (Part Two)
A week after Puerto Rico’s Election Day, missing election boxes, stolen memory cards, and a crashing election results website have led to even more public distrust against the island’s electoral commission.
Here Are the Races You Should Be Following During Puerto Rico’s Election Day
The biggest race is the gubernatorial one, with six total candidates running (five with parties and one running independently).
Rep. Velázquez: More Than 3,000 Complaints Sent to FCC Against Kobbo Santarrosa’s La Comay Show
“I am optimistic that over 3,000 complaints have been filed with the FCC,” Rep. Velázquez told Latino Rebels on Wednesday.
Mismanagement, Leaks, and Lawsuits: Puerto Rico’s Primary Election Mess
The issue of the ballots was already being questioned long before Sunday’s disaster.
This Week in Puerto Rico: Administration Rattled by Resignation, Primary Process Continues, Goya Gets Canceled and More
Protests in front of the governor’s mansion, La Fortaleza, have been ongoing since Wednesday, though protestors have made sure to follow safety precautions and social distancing due to COVID-19.
Puerto Rico’s Civil Code Debate Got All Complicated This Week
SAN JUAN — Puerto Rico’s Senate approved the amendments to the Civil Code on Monday, causing an uproar online due to the proposed legislation not receiving public hearings nor publication of the final draft before the vote.
This Week in Puerto Rico: Earthquakes, Federal Hate Crimes and COVID’s Class of 2020
The news cycle doesn’t stop.