Opposition claims relocation of APVMA, the regional NBN and mobile blackspot program open to challenge

More than 100 ministerial decisions or announcements were made by Barnaby Joyce and Fiona Nash since October 2016, according to the parliamentary library, which Labor now claims could be challenged due to their ineligibility to sit in parliament.

The research, released by Labor on Monday, compiles a list of government decisions made or announced by the pair including relocating the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority to Armidale, elements of the regional national broadband network rollout and the mobile blackspot program.

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