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Puerto Rico’s next governor says she doesn’t want the job 

BREAKING: Puerto Rico’s incoming governor says she doesn’t want the job days after Ricardo Rosselló resigned and asks him to appoint another candidate

  • Puerto Rico’s incoming governor Secretary of Justice Wanda Vazquez says she doesn’t want the job and wants another candidate to be appointed 
  • Governor Ricardo Rosselló resigned Wednesday evening following a text leak scandal that revealed offensive, homophobic messages and corruption
  • His resignation will take effect August 2 at 5pm and Vazquez was named as his successor
  • On Sunday she tweeted that she has no interest in the position and has told Rosselló to identify and submit another candidate for the position

The woman slated to take disgraced Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rosselló’s place says she doesn’t want the job and is asking him to appoint another candidate in her place.

Rosselló resigned Wednesday evening for his post as governor following a text leak scandal that revealed offensive, homophobic messages and corruption. 

Secretary of Justice Wanda Vazquez was set to take over his post when his resignation takes effect on August 2 at 5pm but she’s asked Rosselló to appoint another candidate instead. 

‘I reiterate, I have no interest in occupying the position of Governor. It is a Constitutional opinion. I hope that the Governor identifies and submits a candidate for the position of Secretary of State before August 2 and I have told him so,’ she posted on Twitter on Sunday.

Puerto Rico’s incoming governor Secretary of Justice Wanda Vazquez says she doesn’t want the job 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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