Puerto Ricans called for the resignation of governor Ricardo Rosselló, after the Center for Investigative Journalism revealed messages from a private group chat where he made misogynistic and racist remarks about his constituents. Now, they have reason to rejoice.

Late on Wednesday (July 24), Rosselló announced his resignation, effective August 2 at 5 p.m. via a Facebook Live. CBS This Morning correspondent David Begnaud then tweeted that Rosselló had physically left the governor’s mansion. Thousands took to the streets, and to Twitter, to celebrate:

But not everyone is happy with his replacement; it seems Justice Secretary Wanda Vázquez may have some controversies of own with which to contend: