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US President Donald Trump has ended controversial separation of illegally-found people from ir children at border with Mexico. He wanted to sign a temporary settlement. It should n be replaced by a law, president said. "We have to keep families toger", he founded end of separation of families when parents have to be arrested for illegal border crossing. At same time, he said that "zero tolerance policy" of criminal prosecution of illegally immigrated remains.
In recent weeks, border officials on sourn border of Mexico had separated families of refugees from South and Central America. About 2,300 children had to be detented according to ministry information in care facilities, ir parents. According to a decree of 1997, it is not readily possible to arrest children toger with ir parents, so that families stay toger. Several draft laws to change this have not yet found a parliamentary majority. A vote in House of Representatives is now scheduled for Thursday.
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The US president's zero tolerance policy against migrants from Mexico has turned family into a separate issue. The practice had triggered international criticism, most recently, Pope Francis had joined opinion of Catholic US Bishops ' conference that practice of US border authorities was inhumane and unacceptable.
Trump had so far blamed opposition Democrats for not having come to a legal settlement. "The Democrats are to blame," president still tweeted on Wednesday. However, Republican majority group could not establish a clear majority for a corresponding law.
Date Of Update: 21 June 2018, 12:02