Saturday, May 29, 2010

Will the United Nations try to intervene over Arizona’s new immigration law?

Even though some think the U.N. has no say in this. Obama did sign the Treaty that says they do. This is the type of change people voted for. The loss of Freedom.
This might get very interesting.
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On the one hand, Arizona state Sen. Amanda Aguirre, a Democrat, is leading a delegation of Mexican and Arizonan lawmakers in appealing her state’s strict new immigration law to the United Nations as a possible human rights violation, a radical step that has earned her ignominy among some conservatives concerned about American sovereignty.

Despite the escalating violence, Arizona’s new immigration law remains divisive, even if broadly popular.

Aguirre’s Mexican-American delegation is making the latest move against the law, appealing to the U.N. and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) in the name of international law.

Though conservatives have criticized the move, experts say it’s unlikely to accomplish anything significant, in part because the U.S. does not recognize the legitimacy of international courts.

the oath requires lawmakers to support the laws of Arizona.
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