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Top Puerto Rico officials resign in group chat scandal that ensnares governor

Reuters India Sunday, 14 July 2019 ()
Two of Puerto Rico's top government officials resigned on Saturday following the publication of a bombshell group chat in which Governor Ricardo Rossello and his closest allies exchanged controversial messages that have led to widespread calls for Rossello to also step down.
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Puerto Rico governor Ricardo Rosselló is promising to stay in his position even though protesters want him out amid multiple scandals

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