US President Donald Trump "is preparing" to sign an executive order that will reverse the directive of his predecessor Barack Obama to close the US detention center at the illegal naval base at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, according to the report of the draft of a document of the North American Department of State to which the Politico newspaper had access.
Also, this executive order will also reverse the clause of the Obama directive, according to which at the time of the planned closure of the prison, their detainees would be "sent to their countries of origin, released, transferred to a third country or another center of American detention. "
It is believed that Trump could announce this decision next Tuesday during the State of the Union Address, according to a media source. This step corresponds to the promises made by Trump during the electoral campaign of 2016, when he expressed his decision to keep the center open to "fill it with bad guys". However, Politico is not aware of any plan by the president to send people currently detained to Guantánamo.
With information of PL