Obama vows to fight immigration ruling

Obama vows to fight immigration ruling

Washington (AFP) - US President Barack Obama claimed history and the law were on his side Tuesday, as he vowed to fight a court order freezing controversial immigration reforms. Obama had used an executive order to bypass a hostile Congress and drive through measures to protect about four million undocumented foreigners from deportation. But a judge in Texas issued an emergency injunction before the measures were to come into effect starting Wednesday. Obama was defiant: "I think that the law is on our side and history is on our side, we are going to appeal it." "This is not the first time a lower court judge has blocked something or attempted to block something that ultimately was shown to be lawful."

Obama promete luchar contra el fallo sobre inmigración Washington (AFP) – El martes, el Presidente de los Estados Unidos Barack Obama aseveró que la historia y la ley están de su lado, a medida que se comprometió a luchar contra una orden judicial la cual pone un paro temporal a la controvertida reforma de inmigración. Obama utilizó una orden ejecutiva para eludir al hostil congreso y tomar medidas para proteger alrededor de 4 millones de extranjeros indocumentados contra la deportación. Pero un juez de Texas emitió una orden judicial de emergencia antes de que las medidas debían entrar en vigor a partir del miércoles. Obama fue desafiante: "Creo que la ley y la historia están de nuestro lado, vamos a apelar esta decisión". "Esto no es la primera vez un juez de una corte menor ha bloqueado o ha intentado bloquear algo que finalmente se demuestra ser legítimo".

http://news.yahoo.com/judge-delays-obama-immigration-order-084206941.html

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