U.S. House Delays Vote John Boehner Plans, Boehner pulled back his plan around 5:15 pm local time, after it became apparent he could not achieve the requirements of 216 votes from Republicans.
Democrats have promised to oppose the plan in the Senate, while the White House has assessed the vote was "a waste of time."
Regardless, this becomes an important moment for Boehner, U.S. Senate rejects bill Proposed Debt Limit the House, Earlier Friday night, members of the U.S. House of Representatives approved the design of the debt ceiling by 218 votes versus 210.
The U.S. Senate has rejected the state's debt ceiling, just two hours after the House approved the bill that would cut spending and raise national debt limit from the current 14.3 trillion dollars, in an effort to avoid failure to pay the debt next week.
Earlier Friday night, members of the U.S. House of Representatives approved the plan initiated by the chairman of the House John Boehner with 218 votes versus 210. After that, the Senate with 59 votes versus 41 chose not to hold a vote on the draft. The Senate is now considering the draft which initiated its own.
The draft was Boehner wants dinaikkanya debt ceiling as a return to budget cuts more than 900 billion dollars in the next 10 years. The design also offers the raising of the national debt limit again early next year if Washington can agree on budget cuts again. Democratic faction opposed to the debt ceiling debate on the issue again so soon because they said it would cause another round of new disputes, in the midst of the presidential campaign and members of Congress.
The draft also requires Congress House of Representatives passed an amendment to the constitution which requires the balanced budget and send it to all the states for ratification, the demands of the old conservative Republicans, who say that the only way to limit government spending.
In a statement after the House vote on Friday, U.S. President Barack Obama said Boehner's plan would again confront American debt crisis in the country in recent months.