All posts tagged "NPP"
NPP Republican Predicts Rubio Win in Puerto Rico
Presidential Hopeful Needs Florida to Stay in Presidential Race
- Posted February 29, 2016
Rosselló Proposes Advancing Innovation, Technology
SAN JUAN — New Progressive Party (NPP) gubernatorial hopeful, Ricardo Rosselló, presented Friday a series of proposals to encourage economic development and create jobs in Puerto Rico, particularly within the technology and innovation sector. In a presentation...
- Posted February 26, 2016
NPP Legislators Aim to Censure Senate President Bhatia
SAN JUAN — Senate President Eduardo Bhatia may face censure for his comments regarding members of the Puerto Rico Supreme Court appointed by former Gov. Luis Fortuño if a joint resolution filed by a group of New...
- Posted February 24, 2016
NPP Lawmaker Lauds Rosselló’s Economic Plan
SAN JUAN — New Progressive Party (NPP) Rep. Carlos “Johnny” Méndez said Wednesday that it is essential for Puerto Rico to set public policy that promotes investment and raises the island’s competitiveness to a global level. “Puerto...
- Posted February 24, 2016
Bittersweet Primaries for the New Progressive Party
From its foundation in 1968, the leadership of the New Progressive Party has prided itself as a party where internal primaries strengthen its structure and have yielded much electoral political benefit. But that political maxim has not...
- Posted February 12, 2016
Bernier Accepts Invitation to Discuss Political Status
The gubernatorial candidate for the Popular Democratic Party (PDP), David Bernier, said on Monday he supported a proposal by Puerto Rico Independence Party (PIP) President Rubén Berríos Martínez to start a process to decolonize Puerto Rico. However,...
- Posted January 18, 2016
Berríos Proposes Plan to Decolonize Puerto Rico
SAN JUAN – Were it to be accepted, a proposal by the president of the Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP), Rubén Berríos, would result in President Barack Obama meeting with Puerto Rico’s three main political leaders to...
- Posted January 14, 2016
No Consensus on How to Ensure Budget for Primaries, General Elections
SAN JUAN – There may be a consensus at the State Elections Commission (CEE by its Spanish initials) on a budget estimate to cover primaries and the general elections this year, but not on ways of ensuring the...
- Posted January 5, 2016
CEE Concerned about Budget for Looming Election Cycle
Officials at the Puerto Rico State Elections Commission (CEE by its Spanish acronym) have expressed concern in recent weeks regarding budgetary commitments for the upcoming 2016 election cycle, which will include primaries and general elections. Although electoral...
- Posted January 4, 2016
Independent Candidates And Fewer Voters Could Mark Next Election
SAN JUAN – The deadline for the filing of applications for candidacies for the next general election came with a total of 11 independent candidates, eight candidates for governor, and no other significant news. Of the eight...
- Posted December 31, 2015