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Nationals secretly plotting return of Fiona Nash to fill spot she lost

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The Nationals are working on a secret plan to parachute Fiona Nash back into the Senate seat she was forced to vacate by the High Court.
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Ms Nash, the former deputy leader of the federal Nationals, was disqualified under section 44 (i) of the constitution and her place was set to be filled by Liberal Hollie Hughes, who was the next person on the joint Coalition senate ticket.

But Ms Hughes faces constitutional issues of her own, as she was recently appointed to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal by the Turnbull government, which could disqualify her under section 44 (iv) of the constitution for holding an office of profit under the crown – even though she had no conflict at the time of the July 2, 2016 poll.

On Friday, Justice Stephen Gageler referred Ms Hughes confirmation to a full bench hearing next Wednesday after advising that she may be constitutionally ineligible to sit in the Senate.

Fairfax Media can reveal the Nationals have received confidential advice from high-profile barrister Bret Walker SC about Ms Hughes’ eligibility about 10 days ago, and the likelihood of Ms Nash being able to resume her seat if Ms Hughes is disqualified by the High Court.

Nationals contacted by Fairfax Media said they were hopeful the popular Ms Nash could be returned to Parliament, though they acknowledged she faced an uphill battle.

Former n Army general and Liberal candidate Jim Molan is the next person on the NSW senate ticket after Ms Hughes and had been considered the front runner to take her spot if the High Court rules she cannot take the seat.

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