He passed away on September 26 at 8:15 a.m. at the Capitol following Judge Ginsberg’s death.
Last week in the United States, the death of Judge Ginsberg was the first woman in public office to be placed in the Capitol, where lawmakers mourned her death.
Judge Ruth Ginsberg of the U.S. Supreme Court died this month at the age of 87.
On the 25th, a memorial service was held at the Capitol building in Washington, the capital, where a row carrying Mr. Ginsberg’s body was carried in.
In this context, House Speaker Pelosi said, “It is an honor to welcome Mr. Ginsberg to the Capitol. Please sleep in peace,” he said, mourning his death.
It is said to be the biggest honor for a patch to be placed in the Capitol in the United States, and the American media says it is the second woman after Rosa Parks, who created the civil rights movement, and the first woman to be in public office.
After this, mr. Ginsberg’s following left the Capitol for burial, and the people who attended said goodbye in front of the Capitol while the television stations in the United States broadcasted live.
As for judges in the U.S. Supreme Court, President Trump is expected to nominate a conservative judge to replace Mr. Ginsberg, a liberal, on Monday morning, and the Supreme Court’s replacement is a major focus as President Trump mentions the possibility of a court battle over the outcome of the presidential election.