Democrats introduced a bill to repeal the prohibition on entry into the United States from Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia and Yemen

Democratic Senator Christopher coons and Congressman-Democrat Judy Chu introduced a bill abolishing the imposed administration trump the ban on entry into the United States of five Muslim countries (Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia and Yemen). The ban was motivated by the White house with U.S. security interests and was justified by the specificity of the political situation in these countries, not the religious beliefs of the population.

The draft Law on combating discrimination of migrants on a national basis, cancels the prohibition of the President of trump on the entry of individual countries, prohibits the refusal of entry on grounds of religion, and restores the separation of powers, limiting the Executive authority for the imposition of future restrictions on travel. According to the authors of the document supported by 90 lawmakers and hundreds of civil society organizations.

Trump’s Muslim ban is unamerican. That is why Sen. @ChrisCoons and I are introducing our No Ban Act today to not only repeal Trump’s hateful ban but also prevent any future president from issuing a ban based on religion or nationality. #NoBanAct #BandTogether #RepealTheBan

— Judy Chu (@RepJudyChu) April 10, 2019

«The Muslim prohibition of the President of trump is the policy of hatred based on bigotry… «, — reads the statement of Judy Chu.

I ran on a promise to end the President’s ban hateful Muslim.

And tomorrow we will introduce a bill do just that. No one should be denied basic rights because of their religion, race or national origin. #NoBanAct ✊🏽

— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) April 9, 2019

Announced its support of the bill and the Congresswoman is a Democrat from Minnesota Ilhan Omar: «no one should be denied basic rights because of their religion, race or national origin.»

To prove that the ban trump is anti-Muslim, however, will be difficult. The Supreme court last year was already considered a lawsuit against the ban and decided to leave it in force. Judge John Roberts said at the time that trump had the right to impose a ban on the basis of presidential judgment about national security. The court may not criticize or make judgments in respect of the comments made by trump during the election campaign about «complete and total ban on Muslims entering the United States,» and that Executive order was neutral in that it was not directed against travellers of a particular religion.

This morning, @ChrisCoons previewed a bill he will introduce today aimed at repealing the President’s Muslim ban

— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) April 10, 2019

The initiators of the bill are not very confident of success and not hope for the support of the Republican majority in the Senate. «This is not the bill that I expect will become law under this administration,» he admitted, speaking with MSNBC, Senator coons.