5 members of Australia have resigned because of dual nationality leaving 10.

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 5 members of Australia have resigned because of dual nationality leaving 10.


Since July 2017, a series of events on dual nationality have made Australian politics rising, and sometimes even threatened the majority of the seats in the house of Representatives, MalcolmTurnbull (MalcolmTurnbull). If Turnbull can win the seats in the house of Commons, he can increase the number of votes to be won. The Australian Supreme Court ruled that Ms. Gallaghers seat replacement in the Senate would be decided by calculating the votes of the 2016 federal election and will elect a new member of the 4 politician by means of a supplementary election, because the house of Commons electoral procedure is different from the house of Lords. It was reported that in 2017, she questioned the court when she questioned whether Gallagher had given up British nationality in time to run for office. In May 9th, she said, I am very sorry for the people in the Australian capital, and your federal representative has had political problems. Labour Party leader Bill Schoten (BillShorten) said 3 expelled congressmen tried to run for re-election. Although some people questioned the rationalization of the forty-fourth constitution, he added: the Supreme Court has already made a ruling, which is the fact that we must face. According to reports, in 2017, Turnbull tried to end this confusion by forcing members of Congress to disclose their nationality history. Then, the Labour Party tried to hand the 9 congressmen to the court (including the Labour Party members), but the government stopped the move by voting by members of the parliament.