China News Service, September 27. According to the Financial Times, the US Democrats are preparing for a week of "violent" debates in Congress. They will work to eliminate differences, save President Biden’s legislative agenda, and avoid government shutdown. .

  At the same time, the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives may vote on Biden's $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill on the 27th.

The bill passed the U.S. Senate with bipartisan support earlier this year.

Data map: US President Biden.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Liao Pan

  According to reports, if it is to become law, the bill needs to be passed in both houses of Congress.

However, the Democratic House Speaker Pelosi confirmed on Sunday evening that the vote would be postponed due to the unresolved disputes within the president’s party.

  According to a statement issued by the White House in June, five senators from each of the Democratic and Republican parties of the U.S. Congress and Biden discussed infrastructure plans and agreed to spend $1.2 trillion on infrastructure in the next eight years, of which $579 billion was New federal expenditures include expenditures on transportation infrastructure, expenditures on water transportation and processing facilities, and expenditures on broadband networks.

  Biden told media reporters at the White House that day that although the latest consensus reached by the two parties is "hard-won" and "necessary", he will continue to strive for a larger-scale expenditure plan and will not change the agreed infrastructure plan. Sign separately and become law.