As of 4:30 pm (EST), none of the three maligned politicians had yet had the opportunity to address their colleagues.
Last week, Wallin's lawyer Terrence O'Sullivan indicated that they would indeed fight the motion.
"It is backroom politics at its transparent worst and it's designed to create the impression of a clean slate for the Tory convention in Calgary next week," he told the Canadian Press.
"It's a fundamental affront to Canadian democracy."
And, on Monday, Duffy's lawyer told reporters that they too would consider legal action if the senator from PEI was suspended.
"At my insistence, Senator Duffy and his wife Heather have maintained silence inRead More »from Duffy, Brazeau and Wallin in Senate as debate on their suspensions begins