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From early morning to nearly noon, the federal building Jose V. Toledo, in Viejo San Juan, was a meeting place for those who waited for the instructions of the interim trustee.
From early morning to nearly noon, the federal building Jose V. Toledo, in Viejo San Juan, was a meeting place for those who waited for the instructions of the interim trustee. (Vanessa Serra Díaz)

Yesterday, nearly a hundred people, including lawyers of municipal insurers and bondholders, unions, public employees and pensioners, occupied  courtroom one of the Bankruptcy Court of Puerto Rico with the expectation of getting a position in the committees of creditors that the United States Trustee will name in the cases of the federal law PROMESA.

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