China News Service, September 12th. According to a report by the US Chinese website, the US Senate and the House of Representatives are still in a deadlock in response to the new round of relief from the new crown epidemic.

On the 11th local time, Senate Majority Leader McConnell had begun to doubt the prospects of the bill. However, House Speaker Pelosi expressed confidence in Congress passing a bailout bill.

Data map: Capitol Hill.

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Negotiations on the bailout case are deadlocked before an agreement can be reached after the general election?

  According to reports, on the 10th local time, Democrats blocked the Republican new crown epidemic relief bill in the Senate. In this regard, McConnell said on the 11th that the negotiation of the bailout case is currently at a "stalemate." He added: "I The explanation is because we are getting closer and closer to the election."

  He further explained, "I can't predict that we will meet here in the last two months before the election. I hope we can overcome partisan differences and reach an agreement, but so far, this has not happened."

  According to reports, after the bill suffered setbacks, several members of the Senate Republican Caucus predicted that the chance of reaching an agreement on the bailout bill has almost died out, and it will not be possible until after the November general election.

Data map: Pelosi, Speaker of the US House of Representatives.

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  However, later on the 11th, the Speaker of the House of Representatives Pelosi said, "We should have an agreement before that (presidential election). This is what we want."

  According to reports, Democrats in Congress are pushing for a comprehensive bill to address the public health and economic impact of the epidemic, but since the beginning of August, negotiations have stalled due to serious differences between funding amounts and key policy terms. .

  In addition to the difference in bill amounts, there are also major policy differences, including unemployment insurance or more help to state and local governments.

Allegedly, Republicans provided 150 billion US dollars in financial support, while Democrats demanded 915 billion US dollars.

  On the 10th local time, Senate Minority Leader Schumer predicted that blocking the Republican bill may force Republicans to return to the negotiating table and allow them to agree to a larger agreement that includes Democratic priorities.

  But Republicans believe that Democrats need to make concessions to restore negotiations. At present, the prospects of the bill are still uncertain.