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Trump orders family detentions
June 21
11:37 2018

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The president signed an executive order to stop the separation of immigrant minors from their parents when they are detained on the border. He signed a document that allows children who cross the border with their parents to remain detained with their parents for a period of time, explained the White House.

“We don’t like to see families being separated. At the same time, we don’t want people entering our country illegally. This fixes the problem,” said Trump. However, his administration plans to continue their zero-tolerance immigration policy that caused the family separations in the first place. “We will keep a powerful border and zero-tolerance policy will continue,” he said.

This policy, that began in April, charges any adult who crosses the border irregularly with a crime. That was causing the accompanying children to be turned over to the federal government for custody. From now on, the parents and the children will be taken to detention centers together. 80 shelters had already been created to keep the minors separated from their parents.

Making current policies into laws

On a different note, Paul Ryan confirmed the House of Representatives will vote on two immigration bills. One of them, authored by Bob Goodlatte, who presides the Judicial Committee, holds a restrictive vision of immigration. The second bill, created by moderate Republicans, was a mechanism to prevent their votes to support the Democrats to force a debate on DACA. Both bills would make into law the immigration policies of the current administration.

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