WASHINGTON — Senators are thinking about different bits of enactment to formally reprimand Saudi Arabia for the killing of columnist Jamal Khashoggi (jah-MAHL’ khahr-SHOHK’- jee). Force is working for a goals that would call Saudi crown sovereign Mohammed receptacle Salman “complicit” in the murdering.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker said Thursday that legislators are taking a gander at moving three measures — a goals to denounce the crown sovereign for Khashoggi’s homicide, a bill to suspend arms deals to the kingdom and a goals to abridge U.S. help for the Saudi-drove war in Yemen.
The Senate is relied upon to cast a ballot one week from now on the Yemen goals.
The House isn’t relied upon to take up any of those measures, yet House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said insight authorities will brief administrators on Khashoggi one week from now.