New assault on citizens' rights in US
MPT| October 16, 2006
President George Bush on Tuesday will sign into law Congress's new terror-detainee legislation, known as Military Commissions Act, which limits the rights of American citizens.
US media say the controversial bill grants the law enforcement officials more power to detain citizens without tangible accusation. The law foresees arrest of individuals seen as potential threat to national security.
The new legislation, passed by the Congress with 57 percent of votes in favor, will enter into affect on Tuesday, once President Bush signs it into law.
The controversial bill will additionally imitate the citizens' rights in America, which have been already jeopardized in the recent years due to enforcement of other inappropriate bills, American media said.
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