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Undefined, November 19, 2001

   “The executive order violates separation of powers as the creation of military commissions has not been authorized by the Congress and is outside the president's constitutional powers.... The broad application of the military commission order would be unconstitutional even if authorized by the Congress....The authorization of military detention of aliens inside the United States on the say-so of the president is also an unconstitutional end-run around the provisions of the USA Patriot Act....The Executive Order is an unconstitutional attempt to suspend the writ of habeas corpus....If Congress were to recognize a state of war and authorize the use of military commissions, such commissions must act in accord with both constitutional guarantees and international law.” [Center for National Security Studies, 11/19/2001]

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