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Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Puerto Rico faces social disaster, says political group

In solidarity with the thousands who suffered the loss of their homes and other belongings, or a loved one, due to the cyclone, the organization highlights the poverty, inequality and marginalization that Puerto Rico has long tried to hide Is.

MINH says that five years after Hurricane Maria highlighted the vulnerability of hundreds of communities in the Puerto Rican archipelago and the need to take immediate action, we have verified that state agencies and the people of the United States kept us in the same place in 2017. Huh. , or worse.

Condemning the political group, “A large proportion of our compliant funds for FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) insurance have not been distributed, it was not done in a reasonable amount of time or they were not invested in priority issues.” “

As on previous occasions, he said, we see a slew of supportive people who come to the aid of their neighbors in times of greatest need; Once again, communities are the heroes of their own salvation.

MINH also condemned “the new loot to which the public money of the country will be subjected by the private company in charge of power transmission, LUMA Energy.”

“The aftermath of this incident demonstrated the company’s lack of preparedness to deal with an emergency, revealing a lack of trained and experienced personnel to be able to repair the energy system, which is of great importance to our country.” ,” he insisted.

The group’s management highlighted that LUMA Energy announced the hiring of five thousand workers with wages outside the country as a result of this crisis, which would cost the treasury millions of dollars.

MINH called on government officials to have a sense of responsibility and sensitivity, which was evident from its absence due to the devastating Hurricane Maria five years ago.

“We express our aspiration that as a country we can have an agenda for the future that recognizes that our national territory is on the path of hurricanes, that it is also susceptible to seismic movements and, therefore, that we Can’t keep up with the back nature,” he summarized.

The MINH National Directorate explained that we cannot forget that it is the poor and marginalized regions that pay the most for the lack of vision, which caused the damage to government structures and economic powers on this Caribbean island under domination 124 years ago Is. Colonial United States.

MINH also expressed its solidarity with the Dominican Republic, a nation with which we share so many historical, ethnic and geographical ties and which also faced Hurricane Fiona and the social challenges these events represented.


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