The US states have until December 8 to resolve electoral disputes, including a recount.
US Attorney General William Barr has authorized federal prosecutors throughout the country to investigate allegations of possible presidential election irregularities. Reported by the Associated Press on Tuesday, November 10.
In a DOJ document that the agency obtained, Barr points out that an investigation вЂњcan be conducted if there are clear and credible allegations of irregularities that, if true, could potentially affect the outcome of federal elections in a particular state.вЂќ
However, Barr does not mention specific cases of electoral violations.
The American states have until December 8 to resolve electoral disputes, including recounts and litigation over election results.
In turn, the members of the electoral college meet on December 14 to finally approve the voting results.
We will remind, on November 3 in the USA general elections were held. According to the forecasts of the leading media, the Democrat Joe Biden, who has already announced this, won the presidential race.
However, Donald Trump did not admit defeat. He reported fraudulent voting and announced a long legal battle.
Meanwhile, preparations for the inauguration began in the United States. The event is scheduled for 20 January 2021 outdoors. The stands were being erected at the Capitol building.