The nation should be forced to vote on changes to the constitution to ensure more Australians can run for Parliament and the electoral system is not manipulated, according to a parliamentary committee.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull ordered the review of section 44 of the constitution in October last year, after the High Court ruled the elections of then deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce and four other politicians at the 2016 election were invalid.
During this term of Parliament, the provision has brought down 15 parliamentarians over its dual citizenship ban.
Another two politicians have also been felled over their criminal history and financial dealings.
More to come.