Yet ANOTHER Politician Involved In Citizenship Saga

Australian senator Skye Kakoschke Moore quits over British citizenship

Skye Kakoschke-Moore to resign from Senate over dual citizenship

At a press conference at midday today, Kakoschke-Moore confirmed that she inherited dual British citizenship from her mother, who was born in Singapore when it was still a British colony.

She was exempted from losing that status when Singapore attained independence in 1963 because her father was born in the UK.

He said the citizenship saga reflected on the Australian constitution rather than any issue in NXT policy.

She is the third member of NXT to come under a citizenship cloud. Kakoschke-Moore said that when she lived in Oman in the 1990s, the British Embassy there had told her father that she was not a British citizen through her mother. "It was my understanding for my entire life that I was not eligible for British citizenship due to that rule".

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"My mother was born in Singapore in 1957 to British parents". 'I am therefore a British citizen'.

Xenophon said he hoped that Kakoschke-Moore would be back in the Senate soon, at least after the next Senate election.

He said Senator Kakoschke-Moore would be referred to the High Court, which would decide how she would be replaced.

Party leader Nick Xenophon was devastated by the news, thanking the senator for her outstanding work.

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'She's been a class act in the Senate, ' he said.

The never-ending dual citizenship crisis has struck again!

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The eight other MPs forced out of Australia's Parliament for being dual citizens, according to The SMH, include former cabinet ministers Barnaby Joyce and Fiona Nash, of the Nationals party; Liberal former senate president Stephen Parry and backbencher John Alexander; Greens Scott Ludlam and Larissa Waters; One Nation's Malcolm Roberts and independent senator Jacqui Lambie.

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