Fiscal Board will present in a month plan to adjust the debt of Puerto Rico

The Federal Fiscal Control Board (JSF) will present a plan to adjust the debt of the government of Puerto Rico within one month.
This was announced on Wednesday, the lawyer of the JSF, Martin Bienenstock, at the opening of the hearing, corresponding to June, of the cases related to Title III, chaired by Judge Laura Taylor Swain.

The plan will include and take into account, he explained, the different agreements adopted these days with several unions in relation to pensions.

The last one was announced today and is the one made with the Official Committee of Retired.

An agreement that was presented to Swain and who warned that all these proposals will be subject to litigation.

It is expected that the hearing will address issues related to the state Electric Power Authority (AEE).

Finally, lawyer Goodstock said that the JSF is still waiting for the United States Senate to confirm the appointments of the members of the JSF. (EFEUSA) .-

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