All posts tagged Dual citizenship

Frydenberg challenge: ‘A great shame to the nation’

The challenge against Josh Frydenberg is an obscenity and a great shame to the Australian nation that earned Erica Strausz’s citizenship, by giving her and her family the protection and security they lost in Hungary, writes Noel Pearson.

Poulton quits ALP

TREVOR Poulton, the figure at the centre of a renewed storm over Josh Frydenberg's eligibility to sit in Parliament, has quit the ALP, amid claims antisemitism played a role in the attacks on the Treasurer.

‘A very good outcome’: Trevor Poulton resigns from ALP

TREVOR Poulton, the controversial figure at the centre of a renewed storm over Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's eligibility to sit in Parliament, has dramatically quit the Australian Labor Party.

NSW Labor MP supports Frydenberg

NSW Labor frontbencher Walt Secord has thrown his support behind Josh Frydenberg, labelling dual citizenship claims against the federal Treasurer as being “deeply rooted in antisemitism”.

Frydenberg faces citizenship challenge

TREASURER Josh Frydenberg has had a High Court case filed against him over claims he is a dual citizen by descent.

Frydenberg and the citizenship crisis

The problem of Members of Parliament with dual citizenship has engulfed the government, which is struggling to maintain focus as it lurches from crisis to crisis.