American media said that President-elect Joe Biden will issue a number of executive orders, including lifting the ban on entry for citizens of Muslim-majority in some countries, as soon as he takes office on the 20th of this month.
This came in a memo circulated by the American media about Ron Klein, the candidate for the position of chief of staff in the White House in the Biden administration, that the executive orders include lifting the ban imposed by the current President Donald Trump on the entry of citizens of Muslim-majority countries to the United States, and returning to the Paris climate agreement that was The Trump administration has withdrawn from it.
The orders also include extending the grace period for student loans, imposing wearing masks in federal buildings and when traveling between states, in addition to preventing the eviction of tenants unable to pay rent.
The “New York Times” said that Biden advisers hope that these decrees, which will be issued within the first 10 days, without waiting for Congress, will create a sense of momentum for the new era even if the Senate is busy trying Trump.
Biden said he would ask his science team to make sure to respond to 5 imperatives; It is the Corona pandemic, building the economy, confronting the climate crisis, leading the United States in technology, and ensuring sustainable confidence in science.
Days before his inauguration, the president-elect said that his administration could make great progress over the next five years, beyond what has been accomplished during the past years.
He also added in statements that the administration will discuss how to use science to win climate challenges and create more jobs, adding that faith in science will allow the development of many treatments.
Washington and other states are experiencing unprecedented security measures in preparation for Biden’s inauguration next Wednesday, amid fears of a repeat of the events of President Trump’s storming of Congress about 10 days ago.
the US Department of Defense (the Pentagon)also announced that it had agreed to deploy 25,000 soldiers to secure the inauguration ceremony, as well as the deployment of National Guard personnel in all states and Washington, DC.