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BGH allows you to travel ban-the enforcement of in win for WH
Shannon Bream reports on what the ruling means for the trump administration.
A Virginia-based Federal appeals court on Thursday ruled against the latest version of the President Trump ‘ s travel ban the impact on the residents of six Muslim-majority countries before the U.S. Supreme Court’s expected decision in the fall of this year.
In a 9-4 vote, the 4. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, said it analysed statements from Trump and other government representatives, as well as the prohibition and came to the conclusion that it is “tainted unconstitutional animus in the direction of Islam.” The U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco, the exhibition of a similar judgment at the end of last year.
The Supreme court of the United States has already said it will be June, the question of the ban in April with a ruling expected by the end of.
Trumps referred to the third version of an executive order – sometimes called a “travel ban 3.0”– entry limits in the United States from six predominantly Muslim Nations, but also North Korea and certain Venezuelan government officials.
The Problem of mines, the management is of the opinion that the restrictions necessary for the Americans ” security against the Challenger, claiming it is illegal is addressed to Muslims and comes from the Trump campaign calling for a “complete shutdown of the Muslims” in the U.S.
The announcement was celebrated by the opponents of the ban.
“President Trump the third party’s illegal attempt to denigrate and discriminate against the Muslims, due to an immigration ban has failed in court again,” the ACLU, which is representing the plaintiffs in the 4. Circuit response, said in a Thursday statement. “It is not a surprise. The Constitution prohibits government action hostile to religion.”
BGH ANNOUNCES RULE ON TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN
The ban is being implemented, the Ministry of justice processed his request – at least until the case is complete, in the courts.
The question is whether the temporary ban violates the religion clauses of the First Amendment, the due process clause of the Fifth and 14th Amendments, as well as the prohibition of discrimination on grounds of nationality in the issuance of immigration visas in a 65-year-old congressional law.
Trump’s first travel ban was issued almost a year ago, almost immediately after he took office, was addressed to seven countries. There is chaos and provoked protests stopped the cross were made by the United States travelers from boarding international flights and detained at airports for hours. Trump optimizes the order to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit refused to back the ban.
The next version, presented in March, dropped Iraq from the list of countries and clear the 90-day ban covers, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, not for the travelers, who already have a valid Visa. It also got rid of language that gives priority to religious minorities. Critics said the changes do not erase, the legal problems with the ban.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.