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General Louis Dejoy affirmed before Senate board about postal deferral

Trump’s Postmaster General Dejoy will be testified before a Senate panel on Friday. As he abruptly paused operational changes at the U.S. Postal Service as they would hinder the delivery of mail-in ballots in November’s election. He raised strong objections from both Democrats and Republicans for cutting the cost of Postal Services. On this one of the Democrats says overtime cuts and other steps have delayed delivery. He asks Dejoy to resign and the states had sued the Postal services and on the other hand Republicans had shown their concern on this matter.

Democrats stressed on this topic as this is an attempt by Trump’s government to sabotage the presidential political decision. The hearing will begin from 9 a.m. onwards, before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. One of the senators on the panel is Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris. Committee Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said that this would be an opportunity for the postmaster general DeJoy to address administrators’ interests before a Republican-controlled board. DeJoy and Chairman Robert Duncan will be testified on Monday before the House Oversight Committee.

Democrats have emphasised on the progressions to push the significance of the job of the Postal Service. Majority rule administrators have held news meetings outside post workplaces, requested crusade assets with supplications to spare the Postal Service, and even highlighted the issue at the current week’s Democratic National Convention, where Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev.