The U.S. Supreme court allowed to impose a ban on the entry of nationals of six countries
The initiative of Donald trump, declared immediately after his inauguration as President, about the ban on entry to USA citizens in several countries have received the approval of the Supreme court. Formerly the decree has been blocked several times by lower courts.
The U.S. Supreme court on Monday, December 4, supported the provisions of the migration of the decree of Donald trump, according to which a ban on the entry of citizens of six countries with a predominantly Muslim population, Reuters reports.
In support of the decree were made by seven of the nine judges, repealing former provisions of the courts of lower instances, which partially blocked the entry of the ban into force.
According to the decree, the ban on entry to the US, introduced for citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia and Chad.
Previously, trump said that the ban is necessary to protect States from terrorism.
As recalled by Reuters, before the ban was challenged by the leadership of Hawaii and the American Union of protection of civil liberties. Both of the plaintiffs complained to the courts that the ban, like its previous versions, is discriminatory against Muslims and is unacceptable from the point of view of immigration legislation.
In the end, the subordinate courts have decided to limit the scope of this ban and to distribute it only to people who don’t have any “official relations” with the natural or legal person from the United States.