's eligibility for a second term as U.S. president will be questioned today by a court in Leon County Florida, south of the country. The subject of the hearing is a lawsuit filed by Democratic voter Michael Voeltz, who under the protection of a law floridana protested the inclusion of the president's name on the ballot prepared for the November elections.
According Voeltz, amateur historians constitutional legislation, Obama should never have been head of the White House because is a U.S. citizen born in national territory of both parents also natives of this country. The case related to this complaint was activated by the name Voeltz vs. Obama, the legal number 2012 CA 00467 and will be discussed this morning in Circuit Court One Leon, Tallahassee, Florida. In charge of judicial decisions is Judge Terry Lewis, the same one that resolved the dispute after the 2000 general voting between George W. Bush and.
Previous claims of Republicans and conservative evangelical groups with the same question about Obama's citizenship status failed, although on one occasion the president should publicly show his birth certificate. The Democratic governor was born in 1961 in the city Honolulu, Hawaii, and is the son of Barack Obama, an economist from Kenya, and, Irish-American anthropologist.