In the United States, the arms deal between the Republican Party of Texas and the administration of Democratic leader Joe Biden is enjoying a new chapter. Already identified Legal fight over Texas abortion law, Fighting is also relocated on the basis of electoral division.
Washington accuses Texas of redesigning its rides to dilute the votes of black and Hispanic minorities, who are generally more willing to give their votes to Democrats. “Judiciary sues Texas for violating federal voting law”, Announced by the Attorney General on Monday, December 6, after a massive mobilization for civil rights adopted in 1965. Merrick Garland, USA, at a press conference.
Between 2010 and 2020, the Texan population grew to 4 million people, 95% of whom were minorities. Due to this population growth, Texas won two new seats in Congress, number three in the judiciary, Vanitha Gupta. But his officials have redesigned the blocks this year in that way “These two new seats will be chosen by a majority of white voters.”, She ruled.
Georgia also sued
In the United States, electoral divisions are redefined in each state after each census. The party in power often seizes the opportunity to reorganize the electorate in some constituencies and reduce its influence in others.
The Supreme Court of the United States, however, ruled that segregation of constituencies on the basis of race was unconstitutional. So on Monday, the judiciary asked the courts to ban Texas from holding elections with its new division and to draw another.
In November, the ministry already filed a lawsuit against Texas election law accusing it of restricting aid to disabled or uneducated voters. In June, he took action against officials in Georgia, accusing them of restricting access to the votes of African Americans.
Since the beginning of this year, Republican-led states have stepped up electoral reforms under the pretext of fighting fraud. But Democrats condemn the attacks on the voting rights of the minorities who support them.
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