The U.S. justice Department challenged the decision of the court of Seattle about the cancellation of the decrees trump

The U.S. Department of justice has filed an appeal against the decision of the court of Seattle, which repealed the decree of the President of Donald trump to toughen immigration. About it reports Reuters with reference to the document Department.

Trump January 27 signed a decree banning entry to the country for the citizens of the seven States in which Islam is the dominant religion of Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Somalia and the Sudan. Also at 120 days were suspended the admission of refugees from Syria.

Trump’s decision has caused mixed reactions not only in the US but around the world. In some cities there were mass protests.

3 Feb Federal judge James Robart lifted restrictions on travel to the United States citizens of seven countries who fell under the presidential decree.

The trump said in his Twitter: “the Solution to this so-called judge, who overturned the rule of law in our country is ludicrous and it will be cancelled!” He also noted that when the country is “no longer able to decide who can and who cannot enter its territory or to leave it, especially for security reasons, she has a lot of trouble.”