US House of Representatives votes to probe into Capitol storming
In the United States, the House of Representatives approved the creation of a special commission to investigate the January 6 attack on the Capitol Building. In the House of Representatives, 35 Republicans voted with the Democrats.
The head of the Republican Party was against it. The investigation will be biased and unnecessary. Analysts say many Republicans fear Trump will turn against them. The former president was accused of inciting the masses to storm Congress, in part because of his false claim that he lost the election due to fraud.
Liz Cheney is a Republican who agreed to the proposal. She was number three at the party but it was last week Sound out From an important position for her criticism of Trump. Cheney has repeatedly criticized Trump, saying her party members should distance themselves from his allegations of fraud in the presidential election.
The Senate is still voting to form the commission of inquiry. At least 60 out of 100 senators must agree to pass the bill. This means that ten Republicans must vote with the Democrats.
The commission of inquiry aims to be composed of ten members: five Republicans and an equal number of Democrats.
Several people were killed around the storming of the Capitol. Members of Congress had to be transported to safety when protesters stormed Parliament. Hundreds of participants have been charged with their role in the assault.
A look back at the storming of the Capitol:
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