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Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has been from his governmental position because he dual citizenship when he elected. He was one of five politicians who were as being incorrectly elected because they held two passports and thus dual citizens. They were ineligible because they were a "subject or citizen of a foreign power". Australia's constitution dual nationals from being . Mr Joyce's departure has pressure on Australia's ruling National Party, which now has just 75 seats in the 150-seat House of Representatives. Mr Joyce could to office by running in a by-election after he his New Zealand citizenship in August.

Mr Joyce the court's decision, which he said the democratic values of Australia. He said: "I the verdict of the court. We live in a marvelous democracy. With all the checks and balances, it has us all the freedoms we see. I the court for their deliberations." He added: "The decision of the court today clearly not the outcome we were for, but the business of government goes on." Many Australians believe the dual citizenship laws should changed. The latest census in Australia shows that 28 per cent of Australians were born overseas. Many more have a family history back generations that would them to claim dual citizenship.

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