Act 13-1989 establishes that the yearly salary for the secretary of the Department of Education should be $80,000, an amount that could vary, since the officials may receive an additional differential, equivalent to a third of their original salary. (Ramón “Tonito” Zayas)

The contract granted earlier this month to Julia Keleher, Secretary of the Department of Education—which turns her into an advisor for the Fiscal Agency and Financial Advisory Authority (FAFAA)—is not illegal, but it has given rise to a series of questions regarding the implications of having a governmental agency director working as a contractor for another.


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