So now, the court must rule individually on each Senator.
"I want an audit", Mr Xenophon told FIVEaa's Leon Byner on Friday.
But unlike the deputy PM, who holds a lower house seat, Nash sits in the upper house Senate. This includes another National Party minister, David Gillespie, who has been accused of a financial conflict of interest, in violation of section 44 (v) of the Constitution.
The dual citizen MPs will get their first hearing before the High Court next Thursday. In effect, the seven judges will determine the future of the government and the make-up of the parliament. She joins her Nationals colleagues after two Greens senators - Larissa Waters and Scott Ludlam - resigned and One Nation's Malcolm Roberts was referred to the High Court over his status. The Greens quit their seats immediately last month, without a fight, after it was revealed that they were dual citizens, inadvertently, from birth.
The meaning of section 44 (i) has not been read by the High Court as an absolute bar on a candidate being a foreign citizen.
Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon is making enquiries with the British Home Office after questions were raised about whether he picked up British citizenship by descent through his father.
Australia's constitution bans dual citizens from parliament on the basis that lawmakers should be loyal exclusively to the country in which they were elected.
This led to Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop claiming she would find it hard to build trust with a New Zealand Labour-led government.
The turmoil could worsen. Both Labor and the Coalition have so far rejected the move. In particular, any ministerial action that Joyce and Nash take from now on, having acknowledged their possible disqualifications, could be illegal.
The Prime Minister can ask the Governor-General to discontinue the session of Parliament, but at this point it's unlikely he'd want to do that.
If Joyce is deemed ineligible for office, the government might fall. Nevertheless, the government's desperate actions are a warning of the political establishment's readiness to resort to vicious nationalism, branding opponents as treasonous, as its political crisis deepens.
The Dodgers will fly to Detroit on Thursday and begin a three-game interleague series against the Tigers on Friday. It was the first time in franchise history the White Sox homered in consecutive games on the first pitch.
While Moore, a candidate Trump is not supporting, is leading the race, that doesn't mean Moore is an anti-Trump candidate. The question going into the runoff is whether McConnell's and Trump's backing will be enough to get unusual past Moore.
He further said American officials should be aware that the legislation was just the first step against anti-Iran measures. During Sunday's voting session, 240 out of 244 legislators approved the missile spending bill.
That guy could start: Other than Henne, there weren't any reserves who made a push to crack the starting line. Let's focus on the defensive front, though, because that was supposed to be one of the defense's strengths.
Many condemned the racist portrayal of the Indian man - especially during the tense border dispute, the reports said. India and China have an existing mechanism under which both countries share hydrological data.
Later, the situation was brought under control after the banner drill with both sides stepping back to their respective positions. This is a one of its kind incident where troops were involved in a skirmish, though no weapons were used.
Councilman Brandon Scott told the Sun that he would introduce a resolution at Monday's Council meeting demanding removal. New Orleans completed the removal process at a cost of $2.1 million within two months following a lengthy court battle.
Meanwhile, the New York Times said that Trump's threats are a wild card in the showdown with North Korea. The White House said the two "agreed North Korea must stop its provocative and escalatory behaviour".
Guam is an unincorporated US territory with 162,000 residents situated in Micronesia in the western Pacific Ocean. He said no USA military action on the Korean Peninsula could be taken without Seoul's consent.
UCF President John Hitt called the violence in Charlottesville "repugnant" and "an anathema to the values Americans hold dear". Spencer said he was angry with the university's decision, and his supporters planned to file a legal challenge.
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