In his fight for stricter asylum rules, the US President, Donald Trump has suffered a defeat before the Supreme court. The judge confirmed on Friday the judgment of a court of lower instance, which had stopped by Trump's planned asylum, prohibition of illegal aliens, as illegal. Trumps government had gone against it before the Supreme court of appeal, but lost.
Trump had arranged at the beginning of November in a decree that is illegal in the United States come immigrants should, in principle, no right to asylum. He focused in particular on migrants from Central America over the Mexican border into the United States.
human rights groups had moved against the order in court, because they saw it as a violation of internationally valid asylum policies. A Federal court in San Francisco stopped the decree.
Five of the nine judges of the Supreme court confirmed the decision of San Francisco. Four conservative justices - among them the Trump appointed conservative members of the Court and Neil from gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh wanted to set Trumps decree, however, is back in force.More about
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The concrete impact of the judgment on asylum-seekers is likely to be low. On Thursday, the government announced that to deport illegal migrants to be deported for the duration of the processing of their asylum claims in the United States to Mexico. (AFP)