The application of immigration under the administration of President Trump could be subject to prosecution if Senator Elizabeth Warren, MP for D-Mass., Won the White House in 2020 creating a working group to investigate complaints against the authorities.
Warren said in a policy proposal released this week that she would install the new working group within the Justice Department, giving her "an independent power to prosecute any motivated criminal charges".
"That this is not ambiguous: if you violate the fundamental rights of immigrants, now or in the future, a Warren administration will hold you responsible," says the proposal.
The working group would be only part of its efforts to reform the implementation of immigration legislation and fight the border crisis. It would pursue "charges of grave breaches", although it is unclear what this included, apart from "medical negligence", assault, and sexual assault.
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Warren's camp has not responded to a request for clarification regarding other offenses to be included in "serious violations" or "fundamental rights of immigrants".
His plan came as the Democrats fiercely criticized how the Trump administration had managed the massive influx of migrants to the southern border – accusing the immigration control authorities of leaving behind. example of migrants in inhumane conditions.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., said she found horrific conditions during her visit to a detention center for migrants, although current and former immigration officials have rejected her demands. .
The reports also reported dead migrants either in US custody or trying to cross the border. At one point, Ocasio-Cortez and other first-year lawmakers accused the immigration authorities of "killing innocent children". On Friday, the New York Congressional Representative doubled when the Democrat-led House Watch Committee held a hearing on conditions of detention in migrant detention centers.
Trump, in July, defended the immigration law enforcement, saying that many detained migrants were living in better conditions than before.
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"Now, if you really want to solve the crisis at the southern border, humanitarian or otherwise, tell the migrants not to enter our country unless they are willing to do it legally and hopefully , through a system based on merit, no problems at all! "he said.
Warren's immigration plan also included a dramatic increase in the number of refugee admissions, decriminalizing illegal border crossings and ending what she called "unnecessary" detention.
On Thursday, the National Republican Committee (RNC) reacted to Warren's immigration plan by saying that it privileged the interests of illegal immigrants over those of Americans.
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"Elizabeth Warren has made it clear that she fully adheres to the Open Borders philosophy of decriminalizing illegal immigration." All voters now know that it places the interests of illegal immigrants ahead of those of US citizens, "RNC spokesman Steve Guest told Fox News.