Federal Judge of Hawaii Blocked Trump because his new order about immigrants is suffering from the same illness as the previous one
The Federal Judge of Hawaii suspended the application of most of the latest version of the anti-immigrant executive order of US President Donald Trump on Tuesday, which was only a few hours before it would come into full force.
The decision of Federal Judge Derrick Watson is important at the national level and the government will most likely soon appeal to her, wanting to permanently ban the entry of seven countries with Muslim majority in the United States.
The third version of the executive order “is suffering from the same illness as the previous one,” Watson said, a judge appointed by Democratic former President Barack Obama , pointing out that the text barely proves the admissibility of the entry of more than 150 million foreign nationals of the said countries ” interests “.
With this cessation of the execution of the executives, the fierce battle in the court reigns again because of Trump’s plan to tighten US borders, referring to national security. The president’s critics accuse him of targeting Muslims on a discriminatory basis.
On September 25th, Trump signed the third executive order by which the seven statesmen permanently forbid the US border crossing.
These countries are Yemen, Syria, Libya, Iran, Somalia, North Korea and Chad. The new command also prohibits the entry of Venezuelan government officials into the United States.
Restrictions envisaged by the new order need to come into full force on Wednesday.
This article was originally published on the Trump News.