Turnbull government’s approach to Day’s debt greatly at odds with ‘robo debt’ recovery process

The Turnbull government has decided to waive a debt accrued by the Family First senator Bob Day when he sat in the Senate despite being ineligible to be a candidate.

The special minister of state, Scott Ryan, told a Senate estimates hearing on Thursday that Day had sought a waiver of the debt he owed to the Department of the Senate and the finance department, which was an option available to him under the process.

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