segunda-feira, 15 de fevereiro de 2016

Successor of Scalia wanted

Barack Obama has already said he will take the time to choose the replacement for judge ultraconservative Antonin Scalia, who died unexpectedly at the age of 79 years.

The Republican field argues that should be the next President to choose the new Supreme Court Justice, for fear that Obama move forward, as it did on two previous occasions, with a progressive name.

With four places occupied by conservative judges and four others occupied by Liberals, the choice is crucial and will have significant repercussions on major issues that divide the American society.

For Democrats, the choice of a replacement for Scalia is urgent and it is unthinkable to leave an emp ty seat on the Supreme Court for nearly a year.

But the Republican majority in the Senate â€" which only reconvenes next day 22 â€" already promised to veto the choice of Obama if the President proceed with an openly progressive.

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