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The court suspended the operation of Trump's Migration Ordinance on the eve of its entry into force

on Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:04 am
A federal judge in Hawaii has suspended the action of the most recent US Presidential Migration Decree, Donald Trump, forbidding entry into the country of citizens of 8 countries, 6 of which are mostly Muslim.

The decree was due to enter into force on Wednesday, the BBC reports.

The document was extended to citizens of Iran, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Chad, North Korea and certain Venezuelan officials.

Regarding North Korea and Venezuela, the judge left the decree in force.

Judge Derrick Watson, who was appointed by President Obama, motivated his decision by the fact that the new decree still contains the same violations of law that he saw in a previous edition of the decree issued in March.

Recall that on March 15, the Hawaiian Federal Barrister, Derrick Watson, blocked the second Migration Decree of US President Donald Trump a few hours before he was due to come into force.

According to the judge, the ban on entry is potentially affecting 150 million people from six countries and is contrary to the interests of the United States.

Unlike the two previous decrees issued in January and March, the new ban is imposed indefinitely.

The Trump administration explained that the countries that went under the ban were unable or unwilling to provide the US authorities with the information needed to assess visa applications.

On September 25, Trump signed a decree restricting entry to citizens of the United States to citizens of 8 countries. , Original in Ukrainian / Українською мовою
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