“The White house has called a threat to the security lock of the immigration act

The entry of the order in force would close entry into the United States the majority of citizens of the Sudan, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Venezuela and North Korea

– The white house has called a “dangerous and erroneous” the decision of the court of the Hawaiian Islands on blocking the latest version of the immigration decree of the President of the United States Donald trump.

“Today’s threat and erroneous the district court’s decision undermines the efforts of the President to ensure the security of the American people and to enforce minimum safety standards for entry to the USA”, – stated in the message of the White house.

It is noted that “the U.S. Department of justice will vigorously defend the lawful action of the President.”

The white house explained that the restrictions on entry into the United States “applies to countries based on their inability or unwillingness to share critical information necessary for the safe examination of the applications and threat assessments related to terrorism, instability, and other serious problems of national security.”

“We are confident that the courts will ultimately support the lawful and necessary action of the President”, – underlined in the message.

Earlier, us online publication Politico reported that the Federal judge of the U.S. state of Hawaii has blocked the latest version of the immigration Ordinance trump, partially prohibiting entry into the United States citizens of eight countries.

It is noted that the presidential decree was to take effect on 18 October.

If the decree came into force, entry into the United States would be temporarily closed for the majority of citizens of the Sudan, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Venezuela and North Korea.

The first version of the decree was published in January 2017, however, the administration of the trump had to abandon it due to lock on the part of the judges of the several States.

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