Capitol riots expose the problems of the US political system - world media
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- According to Xinhua correspondents abroad, the world media write that the recent riots in the American Capitol, which was stormed by supporters of Donald Trump, reflected the serious polarization of American society, increased mistrust between its various groups and exposed political problems. systems of the United States.
The American newspaper The Washington Post notes that a joint meeting of the US Congress to confirm the election results has turned into a political farce with a split. The violence reflects the deep polarization of American society and the growing pain of the American political system.
The American journal Foreign Policy writes that the 6 January violence will damage the international image of the United States. The United States has become what American leaders often condemn: a country unable to avoid violence and bloodshed during the transfer of power.
The article "An Extremely Dark Day in Washington" on the US television station CNN notes that the events at the Capitol were a natural result of a complete lack of leadership.
The German newspaper Welt notes that the incident weakened the United States. Overnight, the moral fabric of American democracy has become more fragile.
A commentary from the British newspaper The Guardian emphasizes that the really important question facing the United States now is how to save democracy. American society is becoming increasingly divided.
The French newspaper Le Figaro writes that the violence that occurred on 6 January in the Capitol not only threatened the US Republican Party with a split, but also increased hatred and mistrust between various groups in society, plunged the United States into a new political crisis, and made the country’s future uncertain.
In the editorial "A Day of Shame for the United States" by the French newspaper Le Monde, it is stated that extremists from among Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6, challenging American democracy. This is a dark day for the United States, American society is divided, democracy is shaken. The fragility of American democracy shocked the entire world.
The Spanish newspaper ABC, in its "Worst Scene" article, writes that the epidemic has only exacerbated pre-existing problems in the United States: inequality, racial issues, medical system flaws, extreme political polarization and growing tensions. What happened at the Capitol could be the beginning of a period of unpredictable instability in American politics.
TASS discussed the situation in the United States with Director General of the Russian International Affairs Council / RIAC / Andrei Kortunov. “These tragic events show that the election of President / Joseph / Biden does not mean overcoming a deep division in American society. This split does not just persist, it deepens, polarization is growing,” the expert said.
The newspaper Australian published a commentary titled "American Myths Dying On Capitol Hill." It stresses that the violence in the Capitol has led to the death of some American myths, including the peaceful democratic transfer of power.