The U.S. Senate approves Harlan, a native of the U.S., as Secretary of the Interior

Original Title: The U.S. Senate Approves Aboriginal Harlan as Secretary of the Interior

The US Senate voted on the 15th local time to approve Congressman Debra Harlan as Secretary of the Interior. Harlan also became the first Native American cabinet minister in American history.

In the voting that day, 51 votes in favor and 40 votes against. Among them, 4 Republican congressmen joined the Democratic camp and voted for it.

After the vote, the Senate Majority Leader and Democrat Schumer stated that Harlan’s appointment as Interior Minister represented “a huge step towards the establishment of a government that can represent a diverse country.” Schumer also stated that “the aboriginal people have been neglected in the government cabinet and many other aspects for too long.”

Harlan issued a statement on the same day, saying that the Senate’s approval of her nomination means that the indigenousgroupFinally “be seen and taken seriously”. She also said that it shouldn’t take 200 years for the United States to finally let an aboriginal as a cabinet member.

Many aboriginal group leaders also issued a statement after the Senate approved Haran as the Minister of the Interior, calling it “historical.”

The U.S. Department of the Interior is responsiblemanagementNatural resources, national parks, environmental security, and Indian affairs.

Compared with the support of Democrats, many Republican lawmakers strongly opposed Harlan’s appointment as Secretary of the Interior.Republicans believe that Harlan’s policy stance on energy and climate is “too radical and extreme” and will beAmerican EnergyIndustry and economy cause damage.

Harlan, 60, graduated from the University of New Mexico. She was elected to the Federal House of Representatives from New Mexico in 2018 and was re-elected in the 2020 election.

(Source: China News Network)

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