クーンズは、国会議事堂の攻撃を調査するために平等な代表をサポートすることでペロシと決別します

ワシントン 民主党のセン. Chris Coons on Thursday argued that representation on the independent commission to investigate the January 6 米国議会議事堂での暴動は、民主党と共和党の間で均等に分割されるべきです, breaking with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who has proposed a Democratic tilt in its makeup.

I think it’s important that we have a balanced January 6th commission,” Coons, who represents Delaware, told CNN’s John Berman onNew Day.
今月上旬, ペロシ 発表 that plans for the creation of a “9/11-type commission” に “investigate and report on the facts and causesrelating to the January 6 “domestic terrorist attack.Democrats and Republicans have been at odds over the partisan makeup of the commission, but also over the scope of the probe and how the panel would examine domestic extremism.
Under Pelosi’s draft proposal, House and Senate party leaders would appoint two members each to the commission, と ジョー・バイデン大統領 selecting the panel’s chair and two membersmaking the breakdown seven Democratic appointees to four GOP appointees. Commission members would not be elected leaders and would be outside the government.
    On CNN, Coons stressed that commission members should befolks who are not politically motivated in how they get to the bottom of this,” and not currently serving or seeking public office.
    Coons said the commission should investigateall the events that led up to the riot at the Capitol and this baseless theory that (former President Donald) Trump won the election.
    This is important. It’s one of the key ways of how we come together as a country,” 彼は言った. “Joe Biden ran on unifying our nation and to unify our nation, we have to lay bare the ways in which we just haven’t believed each other. Joe Biden was legitimately elected president of the United States, and we need to help the American people accept that fact.
      Coons and others have pointed to the commission established after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, led by former Republican Gov. Tom Kean and former Democratic Rep. Lee Hamilton. Chaired by Kean, the commission had five Republican and five Democratic members.
      The leaders of the 9/11 commission have said part of why it was so successful was that it was even, it was balanced, and it was led by folks who were well-respected and well-regarded, who had a reputation for working across the aisle,” Coons said.

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