U.s. judge sets category is Trump to temporarily stop
A federal judge in the state of Washington has the temporary re-entry ban suspended that Donald Trump imposed on citizens of seven muslim countries. Travellers with a valid visa from these countries are allowed by American airlines.
The measure to remove people from the seven countries to fend off, according to the court immediately to be eliminated. The ruling is a setback for the White House.
The state of Washington recently filed a lawsuit because of the re-entry ban. The measure would allow residents of those countries to do harm and, moreover, invite to discrimination. Later closed the state of Minnesota to the case.
The customs now has American airlines again permission given to travelers from the seven islamic countries to allow them on board. The announcement came a few hours after a federal judge in Seattle the re-entry ban temporarily had been suspended.
Airline Lufthansa began Friday again carrying passengers from ‘countries of concern’ to Boston. A court in the state of Massachusetts, had there Friday, even though the re-entry ban temporarily suspended.
Justice is a spoedverzoek by a judge to submit to the prohibition to continue to maintain, let spokesman Sean Spicer know via Twitter. “We believe that the decision of the president within the law and so is allowed.”
“The president has the constitutional right and the responsibility to the American people to protect. The only purpose of the re-entry ban is to protect the country.”
“If the president finds that the admission of foreign nationals in the United States, is detrimental to the country, he is allowed to them deny access,” says Spicer.
The lawyers of the American government beargumenteerden that the president has the power of the Congress to be making decisions about national security and the admission of immigrants.
Opponents argue that the re-entry ban against the constitution conflict, because people on basis of religion will be banned. Also, it is Trump randomness blamed, because islamic countries such as Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan are not on the list.
At the end of January put Trump a re-entry ban on citizens of seven muslim countries. The ban led to worldwide outrage, and demonstrations. Worldwide were dozens of people detained at airports because they were on while the presidential decree was signed.
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