President-elect Joe Biden of the United States has completed all the nominations of ministerial personnel for the inauguration of the new administration on the 20th of this month, but expressed concern that the approval procedure in the parliament was delayed and appealed for early approval.

President-elect Biden met in his home state of Delaware on the 8th and appealed that he had completed all 15 nominations for the next administration's ministers and that the nominations of senior government officials are proceeding faster than in successive administrations.

On the other hand, he expressed concern about the delay in the approval process in the Senate, which approves ministerial appointments, and said, "I hope the Senate will move toward approval promptly."

Mr. Biden specifically cited four ministerial posts, including the Secretary of State and the Secretary of Defense, saying, "Given the threats and dangers of the world, we should approve promptly. There should be no absence."

In the Senate, it was not known whether Republic or Democracy would be the majority until the final vote was held in Georgia on the 5th of this month, and President Trump did not admit the defeat of the election, so the next administration The approval process for ministerial personnel is delayed.

The Senate is scheduled to hold a hearing for former Secretary of Defense Commander Austin on the 19th of this month, but other ministerial personnel have not scheduled a hearing, and the US media is new. He reports that even if the administration is inaugurated, no minister may have been approved.