The members of the caravan of migrants from Honduras filed a lawsuit against trump

Migrants from Honduras traveling in the caravan through Mexico towards the US border.

Члены каравана мигрантов из Гондураса подали иск на Трампа
Jesús Alvarado

MOSCOW, Nov 2 — Twelve migrants from Honduras, following the caravan of migrants in the United States, filed a lawsuit against us President Donald trump, accusing him of violating the Constitution, reports CNBC.

In a lawsuit filed Thursday in Federal district court in Washington, it is reported that trump “continues to violate the law, including constitutional law, and (continues) to limit Central Americans have the right to seek asylum in the United States.”

Lawyer migrant John Sharman said that some political decisions trump violate any provision of the fifth amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which States that “no person… shall not be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law.” Shorman, said in the lawsuit that “plaintiffs seeking asylum, and trump just can’t let them using the armed forces or anyone else”.

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