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In a unanimous vote, the justices ruled that Pierluisi was wrongly sworn-in because he was not previously approved as Secretary of State by both Puerto Rico’s Senate and House. Pierluisi was nominated as Secretary of State by former Gov. Ricardo Rosselló who resigned Aug. 2.

Puerto Rico's Supreme Court has ruled that the swearing in of disgraced former Gov. Ricardo Rosselló's handpicked successor to the highest office was unconstitutional, clearing the way for Justice Secretary Wanda Vázquez Garced to become governor

Wanda Vázquez became the third person in a week to occupy the post of governor of Puerto Rico, after the island's Supreme Court ruled that the process used by fmr. Gov. Ricardo Rosselló to name Pedro Pierluisi as his successor was unconstitutional.

The Puerto Rico Supreme Court ruled unanimously that Pedro Pierluisi’s swearing-in as governor last week was unconstitutional, extending the political turmoil there after Gov. Ricardo Rosselló resigned in the wake of a scandal. (adds link)

Puerto Rico’s Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that the oath of office given to former Gov. Ricardo Rosselló’s handpicked successor was unconstitutional

Puerto Rico remained on Monday where it has been for weeks: in a state of protracted political paralysis unresolved by the installation of Pedro Pierluisi, who took over after former Gov. Ricardo Rosselló’s resignation became effective on Friday

Puerto Rico remained on Monday where it has been for weeks: in a state of protracted political paralysis unresolved by the installation of Pedro Pierluisi, who took over after former Gov. Ricardo Rosselló’s resignation became effective on Friday.

Puerto Rico remained on Monday where it has been for weeks: in a state of protracted political paralysis unresolved by the installation of Pedro Pierluisi, who took over after former Gov. Ricardo Rosselló’s resignation became effective on Friday.

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló resigned Friday as promised, clearing the way for veteran politician Pedro Pierluisi to be sworn in as his replacement, a move that threw the U.S. territory into a period of political uncertainty.

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló resigned Friday as promised, clearing the way for veteran politician Pedro Pierluisi to be sworn in as his replacement, a move that threw the U.S. territory into a period of fresh political uncertainty.

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NEW: Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló has announced his resignation, effective Aug. 2. The resignation follows nearly two weeks of protests that were sparked by the publication of the governor’s leaked private text messages, which included sexist and homophobic comments.

A day of extraordinary protests demanding the immediate resignation of Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló of Puerto Rico turned chaotic when police in riot gear launched tear gas and pepper spray into a crowd of thousands of demonstrators

"This is Puerto Rico's march." Celebs including @ricky_martin , @Residente , @sanbenito  and Benicio del Toro join the #RickyRenucia  protest to oust Gov. Ricardo Rossello

After 12 days of protests over his alleged corruption plus leaked texts showing him mock Hurricane Maria victims and others, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló is resigning. And the people are celebrating:

BREAKING: Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló says he will step down as governor effective August 2; move comes after almost 900 pages of leaked private chats set off a scandal and mass protests on the island.

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PUERTO RICO GOVERNOR WON’T STEP DOWN: As protests grow for Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rosselló to resign because of sexist and homophobic language used in leaked messages, he refuses to step down – the co-hosts discuss his leadership.

Bad Bunny stops his European tour to join the protests against Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló. "I’m in Ibiza in the middle of my European tour, but I’m going to stop everything to jump on a plane to PR to go out in the streets and be with my people."

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Calls for Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló to resign are growing after remarks he made in a private group chat were leaked

BREAKING: Gov. Ricardo Rossello raises Puerto Rico's official toll from Hurricane Maria from 64 to 2,975 following new study.

"I'm not aware of such inspections, there are areas of Puerto Rico where we really haven't gotten contact," Gov. Ricardo Rosselló tells CNN

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