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Only 58 days after taking over their respective posts, FAFAA Executive Director Gerardo Portela and his team of close collaborators submitted the PFPR last Tuesday.
Only 58 days after taking over their respective posts, FAFAA Executive Director Gerardo Portela and his team of close collaborators submitted the PFPR last Tuesday. (Wanda Liz Vega Dávila)

The lack of audited financial statements, the little to no availability to the dozens of governmental transaction accounts, and even the absence of critical information to learn the status of Puerto Rico's various debt issuers were many of the obstacles faced by the Puerto Rico Fiscal Agency and Financial Advisory Authority’s (FAFAA) team to prepare the new Fiscal Plan for Puerto Rico (PFPR, by its Spanish acronym).