Published October 1, 2023 at 8:36 am Updated October 1, 2023 at 8:40 am
No “closure” in the United States. The US Congress passed a stopgap funding bill at the last minute on Saturday afternoon with overwhelming support from Democrats.
The Senate, with a Democratic majority, voted by 88 votes to 9 in favor of the adoption of this measure, presented by the Republican president of the Lower House, Kevin McCarthy, in a 70-page file, which would allow the fourth partial to be avoided. federal government shutdown in a decade. It was signed by President Joe Biden before the midnight deadline, that is, 6 a.m. this Sunday in Paris. The House of Representatives had previously validated it by 335 votes to 91.
The adopted measure gives the House and Senate an additional 45 days to reach an agreement on the 2024 budget, which begins on October 1. The short-term funding was obtained through emergency disaster funds, but does not include new financial aid for the war in Ukraine. Negotiations between Democrats and Republicans will resume this Monday.
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