Australia's deputy leader was disqualified from his because he had dual citizenship he was elected. Australia's prohibits dual from being elected because they are a " or citizen of a foreign ". Australia's ruling National Party has just 75 in the 150-seat House of Representatives. The deputy leader could return to in the because he renounced his New Zealand .
The deputy leader said the showed Australia's democratic . He said: "I respect the of the court….It has given us all the we see." He added: "The decision…is clearly not the we were hoping for, but the of government goes on." Many Australians believe the dual citizenship should change. Around 28 per cent of Australians were born . Many have a family that entitles to dual citizenship.