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The unstable framework described by Domínguez Escalera refers to the meetings, this week’s protest and the strike motion proclaimed by several UPR groups. (Archivo GFR Media)
The unstable framework described by Domínguez Escalera refers to the meetings, this week’s protest and the strike motion proclaimed by several UPR groups. (Archivo GFR Media)

Engulfed in an atmosphere of uncertainty, the student body of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) is preparing to participate this week in a march to the Capitol, in order to express its rejection of the $300-million cutback. Meanwhile, interim president Nivia Fernández is working on a fiscal plan that reflects the financial reality of the Island’s main educational institution.

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