There seems to be no end soon in the possibility of the end of the current shutdown in America. The US Senate has rejected two important bills related to the shutdown. At the same time, the possibility of the end of the shutdown issued for government agencies has also taken a break.

In the U.S. Senate, a single bill was introduced by the ruling Republican Party and opposition party Democratic. The bill introduced by both the parties required 60 votes to pass, but the bill introduced by the Republican Party got 50-47 votes. At the same time, the Bill came from the Democratic Party for 52-44 votes. Bills brought by both parties got fewer votes than the majority, and thus both the bill was dismissed in the Senate.

So far 800,000 workers did not get salaries

This is the longest shutdown in American politics history. Shutdown was announced in the US on December 22, 2018, which is still going on. Due to the shutdown, 800,000 workers of the country have not got salaries from one month.

Trump unmoved on Demand of the US-Mexico Wall

Significantly, US President Donald Trump has been stuck on the demand for building his US-Mexico wall. In this bill of Republican party present in the Senate, there was a provision for President Trump’s approval of US $ 5.7 billion for the proposed US-Mexico Border Wall. On the other hand, in front of the media in the White House, Trump has clearly stated that he will only sign the bill, in which money will be given for the US-Mexico wall. However, the opposition parties are not in the mood to accept this demand.

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