US judge to stop the new Trump's decision to ban travel
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A judge decided a Merike in the state of Hawaii to prevent a new executive order of President Donald Trump a few hours from the date of entry into force before him, and the decision was required to prevent the entry of Muslims from several countries.
The judge did not accept the justifications put forward by the US administration regarding the decision had been taken to protect the national security of the country, and it was banning the entry of citizens of the six countries is overwhelmingly Muslim from entering the United States for 90 days, in addition to preventing the entry of migrants for 120 days.
The Trump described the judge's decision as a "bypass the court is unprecedented," and insisted that procedures designed to prevent the entry of "terrorists" in the country, at a time when opponents confirms that the decisions that tried to impose in this regard is only decisions "discriminatory."
A similar decision was issued in the beginning of the year has caused a wave of protests opposition to Trump in the various States before the American justice to prevent its implementation.
At a rally in Nashville, Tennessee Trump said that the court ruling in the state of Hawaii makes the United States "look weak."
Trump has pledged to continue to move the case, even if it came to the Supreme Court, saying: "We will win in the end."
She joins the state of Hawaii to several US states banned Executive decision to Trump about preventing the entry of Muslims.
The state of Hawaii implementation of resolution presidential damaging Bmdackhelha of tourism revenues and minimize their potential to receive students and investors from abroad.
The attorney general of Washington, Bob Ferguson, who attends court sessions in Seattle as he tries to stop the decision to prevent the entry of Muslims, described the court's decision in Hawaii as "wonderful news."
Ferguson said, "It's great news, the team has succeeded in several cases in several states."
There is another case in the state of Maryland also to stop the ban, with a team of lawyers say that the decision discriminates against Muslims.
It is now expected that the cases move to the squares of US Courts of Appeal.
Sean Spicer, spokesman for the White House at a rally in Nashville, attended by Trump
Anthony Verker : BBC Washington
Prevent the implementation of the first decision in this regard Trump last January, because the court found that it violated the rights of individuals who hold permanent residence permit or temporary visas to enter the country in the movement.
And it used the Hawaii court in its decision to the last words uttered by President Trump himself and other words of some of his advisers to stop the Executive Order, as Judge Derek Watson stressed that the final decision can not be separated from the content of the presidential campaign related to similar actions during the last period about preventing Muslims text.
Watson said that the decision discriminates against some Muslims decision is illegal not to the same degree of legal discriminatory decision against all Muslims.
This comes after the installation of an appeals court in San Francisco court ruling to suspend the first Trump decree, which prohibits the entry of the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
President Bush told reporters "we will win the battle," adding that "the matter is unfortunate that it takes time," he said. "We have many alternative options, including the fact that we issue a new decree."
The judge, who proved the rule suspension of the ban on Thursday, has asked all the 25 judges in the Court of Appeal ninth, to which they belong, to vote on whether to be listening again to the issue.
If you were listening again, the committee is composed of 11 judges which will govern the three judges who heard the appeal, rather than the first.
Side of the demonstration against the policies of Trump in front of the White House
" Hatred "
Lawyers for the state of Virginia had confirmed in court that President Trump policy "stems from hatred towards Muslims," and focused on the case against the ban on the travel of citizens of the seven countries and not to suspend the acceptance of refugees in four months.
Lawyers for the US administration in Virginia has considered that the court guess the rationale for the decision is tantamount to "unacceptable interference" in the constitutional powers of the US president.
The Court of Appeal's decision means that the visa holders can each from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen to enter the United States, and that the temporary ban on refugees from all over the world is no longer in effect.
However, the appeals court decision does not affect the part of the controversial president of Trump decree. And it comes to the ceiling set by Trump to the number of refugees admitted to the United States during the current fiscal year, which is 50 thousand, while the ceiling up to 110 thousand during the reign of his predecessor, Barack Obama.
Iraq's citizens have been lifted from the list of countries covered by the ban, the first after the Iraqi government to strengthen the regulatory procedures and share information with US authorities.
The list of countries covered by the ban include "Iraq, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen and Iran."