Puerto Rico is one again have a power crisis as workers protest privatization.
"A Puerto Rico resident just text me 'I haven't had power for over 50hrs. I'm sooooooo mad & desperate.' LUMA energy takes over running Puerto Rico's Electric Power Authority June 1st. 65% of workers didn't not show up at work today in protest," CBS News correspondent David Begnaud reported Monday.
Begnaud posted a video from the head of the union and translated it into English in a thread posted to Twitter:
A Puerto Rico resident just text me “I haven’t had power for over 50hrs. I’m sooooooo mad & desperate.” LUMA energy… https://t.co/VY5wtQNMdd— David Begnaud (@David Begnaud) 1621899601.0
A recent video shows the head of the union saying "But the most important part here colleagues... this week is impo… https://t.co/GDkGrCf834— David Begnaud (@David Begnaud) 1621900352.0
This worker claims he was denied access to his work area https://t.co/da3feVyq6X— David Begnaud (@David Begnaud) 1621900588.0