Consequences of Disqualification as a Senator on Votes and Payments

With the disqualification of Rod Culleton as a Senator, by virtue of having been convicted at the time of his election for an offence punishable by imprisonment of more than twelve months, and facing sentence, a number of questions arise as to the consequences of this decisions for his votes while sitting in the Senate, and the recovery of any payments made to him. Continue reading “Consequences of Disqualification as a Senator on Votes and Payments”