US Supreme Court Upholds Controversial Muslim Travel Ban
The US Supreme Court overnight voted to uphold President Trump’s controversial travel ban targeting Muslim countries. The ban was upheld by 5 votes to 4 with the court deciding that the ban does not violate immigration law or the US constitution. Currently, the travel ban restricts people travelling from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen. The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the ban means that there is a potential for Trump to restrict travel from even more nations.
Kevin Boreham, a teacher of International Law at ANU and a former officer of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trading joined us on The Daily to talk about the implications of the Supreme Court’s decision.