Gov. Rosselló has been under fire since almost 900 pages of private group chats were leaked and published by the Center for Investigative Journalism in Puerto Rico.
Monday night's demonstration turned violent, resulting in the injuries of 21 law enforcement agents during a standoff with protesters.More news: Kylie Jenner and BFF Stassie Are Twinning in Girls' Night Out
On Tuesday, the cruise line canceled the Empress of the Seas' call to San Juan as well. As of Wednesday evening, RCCL's Allure of the Seas was still on track to call San Juan on Thursday.More news: CP Rail rakes in record second quarter revenue as traffic increases
Instead, the Oasis-class vessel will sail towards her next scheduled call at St. Maarten with an arrival tomorrow morning, July 18. "Concern for the safety and wellbeing of our guests and crew members is our top priority", Owen Torres, manager of corporate communications for Royal Caribbean Cruises explained to FOX Business via email. On Wednesday, Rossello's Twitter account shared everyday messages about government agricultural and parks programs, along with images of the governor at a cabinet meeting, but did not mention the political crisis. He has refused to resign during the growing unrest in San Juan.More news: Number of US overdose deaths appears to be falling
Rosselló also faces rising discontent over his management of Puerto Rico's infrastructure both before and after Hurricane María, and the arrests of two of his former officials by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on corruption charges. "Both Keleher and Ávila-Marrero took advantage of their privileged positions as agency chiefs".