The U.S. court of appeals dismissed the appeal of the Ministry of justice the ruling of a Federal judge from Seattle, which suspended the decree of the President of Donald trump to toughen immigration policy. On Sunday, February 5, reports Reuters.
Note plaintiff’s response to defendant’s objections on the claim may be submitted until Monday, February 6.
The justice Department filed an appeal yesterday. After that, the head of state expressed confidence that his administration will win the dispute.
The decree on ban on entry into the United States to citizens of seven countries (Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia, and Sudan), in which Islam is the dominant religion, was signed by trump on January 27. In addition, at 120 days were suspended the admission of refugees from Syria.
The American leader said that these measures are not directed against Muslims, but against terrorists. According to him, the issuance of visas to citizens of all countries will resume as soon as additional measures will be taken in security policy within 90 days.
Nevertheless, the decision trump has caused mass protests, and on 3 February, Federal judge James Robart lifted restrictions on travel of U.S. citizens of seven countries who fell under the presidential decree.