United States. 20 US States want to oppose the indefinite detention of migrant children required by the US Federal Administration.

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✅¬†20 US States want to oppose the indefinite detention of Migrant Children required by the US Federal Administration.

20 US states want to oppose unrestricted detention required by the US  Homeland Security Department.

This US Department wants to end a 1997 Court Judgment, called “FLORES,” requiring federal authorities not to detain children over 20 days. The actual US Administration believes that the “FLORES” Case Law is out of date in the current migratory context, and hopes that this 20-day limit will be lifted in the next two months.

The 20 states objected to the initiative want to “protect children from the irreparable harm caused by illegal and unnecessary detention,” said California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. Human Rights Organizations also want to take the Case to Court.

✅ A Democratic State can not resolve to throw innocent children in jail and to sacrify their childhood. Migrant Children can not be a “political weapon” to win elections.

Learn more : 20 US States want to oppose unrestricted detention required by the US Homeland Securité Department.

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