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Thousands of people have taken to the streets in Puerto Rico to demand the resignation of the island's embattled governor, Ricardo Rosselló.
Axar.az reports citing BBC.
It comes a day after Mr Rosselló said he would not step down over a leaked online chat in which he and top aides exchanged obscenity-laced messages.
The texts included homophobic slurs as well as insults about victims of the deadly Hurricane Maria in 2017.
Monday's protest is forecast to be the largest in the US territory's history.
Footage early on Monday morning showed crowded trains headed to the capital, and long lines of protesters preparing to march in the sweltering Caribbean heat.
2019.07.22 / 23:16