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Jenniffer González signs that blackouts are investigated by authorities


Jenniffer González Colón. – supplied

“They don’t seem like isolated events to me,” said the resident commissioner.


By Metro Puerto Rico


Friday, June 18, 2021, at 5:45 p.m.

Jenniffer González Colón. – supplied

The Resident Commissioner in Washington DC, Jenniffer González, said today that she supports her request that the events that have resulted in multiple blackouts in Puerto Rico be investigated to the last consequences.

In a Punto x Punto interview with Metro, although González pointed out that it will not be she who “determines whether or not there was sabotage” in explosions such as Monacillos, it does not seem to her that they are “isolated events.”

“It seems to me that there is too much coincidence. Faced with this situation, as a resident commissioner who is seeing what is happening, I made the corresponding coordination with all federal security agencies and with state agencies so that each case is investigated,” he said.

González emphasized that “here there should be no fear of investigating why there is an explosion. I have no fear of investigating what actions led to the disconnection of clients.”

Finally, he pointed out that there are still federal investigations running and that they will be the ones who decide whether or not there was a criminal hand in the reason for the blackouts.

Here you can see the interview:

PuntoXPunto: Jenniffer González

Status, Washington, LUMA. On these issues and others Aiola Virella, editor-in-chief of the newspaper Metro, interviews Punto X Punto with the resident commissioner, Jenniffer González.

published by Puerto Rico Metro on Friday, June 18, 2021

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