• 20 August, 2020 7:33 am

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The postmaster general said post office cuts would be suspended until after the election following criticism that they could derail mail-in voting.

Kathmandu, Aug 19:
Louis DeJoy, the postmaster general, vowed that retail hours would not change, that no mail processing facilities would be closed and that overtime would continue to be approved.

His announcement came days before he was set to testify before Congress, after lawmakers in both parties and voter rights advocates charged that the policy changes were jeopardizing not only voters’ ability to cast their ballots safely in the general election, but the delivery of important medicines, paychecks and documents.

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