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AS Larissa Waters tearfully resigned as deputy Greens leader, the Twitterati was wishfully thinking some of its least-liked pollies might, in addition, to decrease victim to a citizenship disgrace.

At the summit of the list was former PM Tony Abbott despite Abbott confirming bearing in mind challenged by New Zealand born Senator Derryn Hinch that he has not been a British citizen by now 1993, the year in the to the lead he entered Parliament.

For the baby book, here are all the federal MPs and Senators born overseas, according to the Parliamentary Library (upon March 21, 2017):

Belgium: Sen Hon. Mathias Hubert Paul Cormann

Canada: Sen Larissa Joy Waters

Egypt: Ms. Anne Aly

Germany: Sen Hon. Eric Abetz

Greece: Ms. Maria Vamvakinou

Iran: Sen Sam Dastyari

India: Sen Malcolm Ieuan Roberts

Italy: Mr. Antonio (Tony) Zappia

Malaysia: Sen Hon. Penny Ying-Yen Wong

New Zealand: Sen Derryn Nigel Hinch, Sen Scott Ludlam

Nigeria: Hon. Sussan Penelope Ley

Singapore: Mr. Ian Reginald Goodenough, Sen Peter Stuart Whish-Wilson

United Kingdom: Hon. Anthony John Abbott, Sen Hon. Douglas Niven Cameron, Hon. Paul William Fletcher, Sean Alexander McEachran Gallacher, San Nicholas (Nick) James McKim, Mr. Brian Keith Mitchell, Hon. Brendan Patrick OConnor, Sen Hon. Nigel Gregory Scullion, Mr. Joshua (Josh) Hamilton Wilson, Ms. Rebekha Che Sharkie.

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