President Donald Trump under an executive order in the White house, 15. June, 2017.
A Federal appeals court panel in San Francisco ruled late on Friday that President Donald Trump exceeding his presidential powers with the third version of its controversial travel ban.
The panel unanimously decided, in a 77-page decision that read, “We conclude that the President of his powers, the issue of the proclamation against the scope.”
But the judgment of the 9. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will have no immediate effect, because the Supreme court decided earlier this month that Trump the ban could be fully implemented, while managing a couple of restraining orders appeals against the policy, Politico reported.
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Presidential proclamation 9645, September, signed, is the third iteration of the Trump administration’s controversial travel ban this year, following earlier versions in March and January.
The latest version is limited to nationals from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen to enter the United States, in contrast to earlier versions, the latest edition of the travel ban is not a definite expiration date.
After the trump administration, the countries were not selected because they do a good job review, or sharing of information about their citizens and thus the US government does not have enough information to make an assessment of the risks it could pose to the U.S.
The judge decided that the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, Trumpf offers extensive powers to regulate immigration. But in order to receive the travel ban, the Trump administration would have to legally prove that a person would be the entry from the list of prohibited countries is harmful to the interests of the United States.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.