Trump has signed a decree on the preservation of the prison at Guantanamo Bay
The US President Donald trump has signed a decree, which will keep the military prison at Guantanamo Bay.
Thus, the order of the trump cancels part of the decree, signed by former President Barack Obama in 2009, which refers to the early closure of the prison.
Previously, the current U.S. leader has repeatedly said he would not support the idea of closing the prison. According to him, the transfer of prisoners from her is a threat to US security. According to unconfirmed reports, at the present time in Guantanamo Bay is 41 people.
The Guantanamo prison camp for suspects by the US authorities in serious crimes, mainly terrorism, waging war on the enemy side. It is located on a permanently leased naval base in guantánamo Bay (Cuba). In 2009, Barack Obama, being then President of the United States, issued a decree on the closure of the prison, but the President’s decision was never executed.