Puerto Rico Gov. Alejandro García Padilla introduced legislation to reform the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, a step PREPA's creditors are requiring for them to accept reduced debt payments.

The legislation proposes a new governing structure that would be independent of partisan politics, the governor said in a press statement WEdnesday. Gubernatorial appointments to PREPA's board will be staggered to reduce political influence on the utility.

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