Lynda Abdo’s section 44 checklist states her parents were born overseas but United Australia party leaves details blank

A United Australia party candidate has revealed she told Clive Palmer’s party four times that her parents were born in Syria and Lebanon before the party submitted blank forms without their place of birth to the Australian Electoral Commission.

At least 18 Palmer candidates submitted forms declaring their parents or grandparents were born overseas but failed to declare where, leaving a cloud over their eligibility to sit in parliament.

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