He refused to appeal the deportation of 1,400 Iraqis who sought asylum to America

Washington-ALsharqiya, July 4: The US Supreme Court decided not to consider a request by some 1,400 Iraqi convicts of crimes in the United States to stop their imminent deportation.

 The judges upheld a decision by a lower court in 2018 that the federal judiciary did not have the power to halt deportations, while Iraqis relied on the so-called suspension clause in the US constitution relating to the right of a person to challenge a detention order issued by the government that gives the courts the power to review their demands.

The case includes about 1,400 Iraqis in the United States whose deportation orders were issued years ago to convict them of crimes of a criminal nature, but they managed to remain in the country because Iraq was refusing to return.


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