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Puerto Rico: The Unwritten Rule of the Puerto Rican Press

Luisa García Pelatti talks [es] in her blog Sin comillas (Without Quotation Marks) about the alleged illegal use of government funds by the newspaper El Vocero [es] (The Spokesman) that was denounced by the newspaper El Nuevo Día [es] (The New Day). García, a former employee of El Vocero, said the following:

What El Nuevo Día published […] is, basically, what those of us who were working there already knew. […] What is surprising is that the newspaper broke an unwritten law among the Puerto Rican press: to not say anything about the competition, neither good, nor bad.

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