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US goverment Shutdown by Nga Nheo :)

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  • 1. WHAT HAPPENED IN THE US? between 1 Oct and 16 Oct 2013
  • 2. 2013
  • 3. 1. NGUYỄN THỊ LINH 2. VŨ THỊ MAY 3. NGUYỄN THỊ NGA
  • 4. US GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN 2013 1 2 3 • Definition and shutdown history • Reasons and impacts • Re- opens and lesson for US and Vietnam
  • 5. WHAT IS A GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN? Executive Branch  Funding gap 
  • 6. 1976 – 2013: 18TH SHUTDOWN Longest: 21 days (1995- 1996)  Shortest: 1 day 
  • 7. The president The number of shutdowns General Ford 1 Jimmy Carter 4 Ronald Regan 8 George H.W. Bush 1 Bill Clinton 2 George W. Bush 0
  • 8. OBAMACARE   Patient protection and affordable care act (PPACA) Increase the quality and affordability of health insurance
  • 9. OBAMACARE For President and the Democratic- led Senate Against The Republican-led House of Representatives
  • 10. THE FIGHT 20 Sept: House of Representatives passed Continuing Appropriations Resolution  27: the Senate stripped  29: the House reinstated  30: the Senate declined  No compromise bill
  • 11. IMPACT OF US GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN Economics National security Politics
  • 12. ECONOMICS   the shutdown reduced fourth quarter GDP growth by 0.6 %. Federal employees were furloughed for a combined total of 6.6 million work days
  • 13. December 1995 –January 1996 Time The total number of employee furlough days Reason 2013 21-day 16- day 4.3 million 6.6 million 7 appropriations bills were enacted no agencies had received
  • 14. ECONOMICS     The total compensation costs are about $2.5 billion about $650 million for the Nov 1995 shutdown about $1 billion for the Dec 1995 – Jan1996 shutdown. 850,000 employees per day was furloughed 40% of the entire civilian Federal workforce.
  • 15. TOURISM 401 federally run parks and attractions closed
  • 16. TOURISM all 19 museums and galleries closed their doors.
  • 17. NATIONAL SECURITY  70% of intelligence employees are furloughed Only 30% focus on critical security needs 
  • 18. NATIONAL SECURITY James Clapper Intelligence Director ‘is a dreamland for foreign intelligence’
  • 19. POLITICS Wall Street Journa magazine:  60% American want to replace members of Congress in the next election  44% American blamed for Republican Party
  • 20. POLITICS  German election ended successfully, and support to reform Europe’s economy  The new reforms in China that establish a free trade zone in Shanghai Image of a separated and weak America
  • 21. RE-OPENS & LESSON Government reopen The bill The lesson
  • 22. 1. US GOVERNMENT REOPENS  Vote for Bill  the Senate: 81 votes to 18 22pm, 16/10 the House: 285 votes to 144 Signs the a bill => ends the 16-day partial government shutdown raises the debt ceiling  
  • 23. OBAMA’S STATEMENT: "begin to lift this cloud of uncertainty and unease from our businesses and from the American people". "We need to get out of the habit of governing by crisis,"
  • 24. THE BILL: Open the US government  Raise debt ceiling & extends U.S borrowing authority into February, 2014  avoid the potentially devastating consequences to the global economy from a default on the U.S. debt. 
  • 25. FEDERAL AGENCIES REOPEN AND FEDERAL WORKERS SHOULD EXPECT TO RETURN TO WORK THURSDAY MORNING, 17/10
  • 26. - PARKS, MUSEUMS AND MONUMENTS BEGIN TO OPEN, WELCOME VISITORS…
  • 27. LESSON  How to operate the economy of its ability  Just dismiss ego for agreement
  • 28. LESSON How to operate the economy of its ability: * Main reason: - budget not enough to operate - deadline for raise the debt ceiling - is near => ”Let the grass grow under one’s feet” - Joe Hockey – Head of Aus Treasury 
  • 29. LESSON Just dismiss ego for agreement - direct reason: the Republican Party >< President Barack Obama 
  • 30. SUMMARY 1 2 3 • Definition and shutdown history • Reasons and impacts • Re- opens and lesson for US and Vietnam
  • 31. REFERENCES:    http://edition.cnn.com/2013/10/16/politics/shutdow n-showdown/ http://www.voanews.com/content/congress-passesbill-avert-default-reopen-usgovernment/1771311.html http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/governmen t-reopens-thursday-after-congress-passes-budgetdeal-raises-debt-limit/2013/10/17/dbe7889a-371b11e3-80c6-7e6dd8d22d8f_story.html

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