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The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America

The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America

The Guardian published an editorial about Biden’s inauguration, and how it was a moment of great satisfaction throughout the world and not an unbridled celebration, while recalling that the problems Trump left behind will remain for not a few minutes.
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
Washington witnessed an organized transfer of power in the Capitol, which weeks ago saw an attack on him, the departure of a man who lived on division, and the arrival of Joseph Biden, who pledged unity, with his deputy Kamala Harris, the first american woman of color to occupy office, after racism and misogyny expressed by Trump, according to the report, translated by Arab21.
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
But the inauguration, which was not attended by a raucous audience commemorating the new president, came as 25,000 National Guard members stood to monitor the transfer of power amid the dangers of the Coronavirus epidemic, and the political violence that emerged through the rebellion led by Trump supporters on the Capitol, not all that does not mean that the problems have receded with the 46th president entering the White House.
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The report went on to say that all of this is the body of American politics as well as the forces that have come out of their womb.
Although Trump suffered a crushing defeat, more than 70 million voted for him, and a large percentage of his supporters believe Biden stole the job.
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
One in five voters supported the storming of the Capitol. Trump stuck to the trifles and sneaked into Florida instead of facing defeat.
Whether the twice-tried president can maintain political momentum, but the populist or Trumpian idea is still alive, there are many candidates who are ready to carry the flag or who hope to carry the flag and may be smarter than the former president and more dangerous.
At the inauguration,Biden’s speechrose, acknowledging the continued struggle of his nation: Democracy prevailed and our beautiful angels triumphed.”
The new president promised to announce a series of moves, and should not expect a long honeymoon.
It faces the coronavirus crisis that killed 400,000 Americans,a quarter of whom died last month, as well as the economy that will enter this year without 10 million workers losing their jobs.
Immediately after taking office,Bidenissued a number of executive decisions on inauguration night, including the repeal of a travel ban on Muslims from Muslim countries to America, a decision to restore America’s membership of the World Health Organization and a return to the Paris Climate Agreement.
These are decisions that could fix some of Trump’s terriblea ctions. But erasing four years’ verbs is impossible, because few works can be erased with a stroke of a pen. Any ambitious policy that must pass through the 50/50 Equal Senate with a likely vote is the vice president’s vote.
The Biden administration faces a difficult task of dealing with federal institutions where Trump has eliminated regulations and courts that he has filled with conservative supporters. Above all, Trump has torn the social and political fabric through brazen lies, naked brutality and hatred.
Trump was a product of his country’s failure, but it was a boon, and while Europe and America’s allies breathe a sigh of relief, America’s standing will not be restored unless its domestic problems and crises are resolved.
All Biden can do is start addressing them. Those present at his inauguration stated that politics should not be “a raging fire that burns everything in its path”.
But Biden’s call has not been heard by some who are trying to pour oil on the fire. While some Republicans have discovered even late ways to express respect, there are still those who feed the lies.
In particular, facts have become an option in a time of misinformation. Changing the President was as difficult as it seemed, but the easiest task in the face of challenges to build a wounded nation, as described in the report.
“The mission required the removal of a dangerous man and the entry of a man who believed in the oath he had sworn to take office, and the inauguration of the president brings with him hope, albeit temporarily, at a time when the country desperately needs this hope,” the paper concluded.
SOURCES :  The Guardian and  Arab21
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America
The Guardian: Problems remain despite the rule of democracy in America

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