- Negotiations for a new economic stimulus package are reactivated, with the goodwill of Democrats and Republicans
- This Wednesday, the talks in Congress once again had a north: Help Americans face the severe blow of the pandemic
- “Democrats have shown a new willingness to converse in good faith,” said Mitch McConnell, Republican Majority Leader in the Senate.
Negotiations for a new economic stimulus package are reactivated, with the goodwill of Democrats and Republicans.
Getting both political sides to agree has been a daunting task, especially with such important elections involved.
Now, after the victory of Joe Biden and in the face of a harsh panorama in which Americans have been really affected by the crisis, both Democrats and Republicans are resuming negotiations in order to reach an agreement on a new economic aid package.
This Tuesday, a group of legislators from both sides presented a stimulus proposal that amounted to 908,000 million dollars, according to EFE. A day later, the conversations in Congress once again had a goal: to help Americans face the severe blow of the pandemic.
Negotiations for a new economic stimulus package are reactivated
The question now is, will it be too late? For starters, the December holidays are approaching and in addition, current legislators do not have much time left in office. At the end of January, the group that was the winner in the last elections on November 3 will take office.
Still, things seem to have taken off.
“Democrats have shown a new willingness to converse in good faith,” said Mitch McConnell, the Republican Majority Leader in the Senate, who will repeat in office for a new term.
Republicans have spent months proposing more relief from COVID. Yesterday I presented another proposal that would invest many billions in workers, laid off Americans, small businesses and vaccine distribution. I hope that the Democrats will finally allow us to obtain a bipartisan result soon, ”he added through his twitter account.