The US president has to approve changes to the filibuster rules in order to provide voting rights on Georgia speech.
United States President Joe Biden has used Georgia’s word on the right to vote to support the transformation of the Senate. filibuster rules, said a White House official.
The official, who also reviewed Biden’s remarks to reporters on Tuesday, said the president, in support of the bill, had approved changes to Senate law that would allow a minority of 41 Senators in the 100-member chamber to block the majority. rules.
“In the next few days, when the ballots go to the polls, it will change the world dramatically,” Biden said in a statement, in a statement released by the White House. “Will we choose democracy instead of autocracy, light shadow, justice over injustice? I know where I stand.”
Voting rights activists and other democratically elected members are increasingly calling for a change in Senate law as countries across the country adopt voting laws that they say block the 2020 elections.
At least 19 countries have enacted laws that make it difficult to vote, according to those who promote the opportunity to vote, while some government officials continue to talk about former President Donald Trump. nonsense widespread fraudulent voters to impose new sanctions.
In the meantime, Democrats are supporting two sections of state legislation that could represent a major reform of U.S. elections in the next generation by eliminating voting barriers set up in the name of electoral security, reducing the influence of big money in politics and reducing political influence. drawings of sections of Congress.
This package sets out the principles of national elections that would violate state law. It will also restore the power of the Department of Justice to the electoral law of the police in countries with a history of discrimination.
Biden spoke of Republican “repeated closures” in support of a change in the law, a White House official told reporters. They will not call for the complete removal of the filibuster, but will instead seek the changes that are offered especially in the provision of a free voting law.
Democrats and Republicans currently all have 50 seats in the Senate, with Vice-President Kamala Harris, who casts disenfranchised votes, giving the majority of Democrats a fair go.
Although Biden agreed, all 50 Democrats in the Senate may need to ratify the amendment, and several say they are not.
Meanwhile, freedom fighters continue to criticize the authorities for being too late to produce the right to vote at home very important.
He said he skipped the talks Tuesday, which comes after Biden visited a number of key positions in the US human rights movement, and instead spent the rest of the day working.
“We can’t talk,” LaTosha Brown, co-founder of Black Votes Matter, told the Associated Press. “Right now, what we want, what we want, is state law.”