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Research on Parliamentary Privilege Concurrently Discuss Chinese National People's Congressional Privilege

von Weizhong Yi

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[In a number of countries (Bangladesh, Cyprus, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Germany, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Namibia, Norway, Philippines, United] Kingdom, Zambia), 156 freedom of speech applies only within the parliament buildings and all other locations are excluded. For example, in the English “the privilege is limited by a strict definition of ‘proceedings in Parliament’ confining them to ‘everything said or done by a Member in the exercise of his functions as a Member in a Committee of either House, as well as everything said or done in either House in the transaction of parliamentary business’ ”. MPs remain responsible, like any other citizen, for what they do outside proceedings in Parliament, even where their actions relate to matters connected with their parliamentary functions, such as constituency duties.157

Thus, letters written on behalf of constituents to Ministers, Government Departments or public bodies would be unlikely to be considered by the courts of law as enjoying parliamentary privilege The restriction in terms of location is sometimes even stricter: in Malaysia and Thailand, the non-accountability privilege is restricted to the floor of the assembly,158 in Bangladesh and Zambia to the floor of the assembly and committees,159 in South Africa to words spoken from the rostrum and statements from the floor of the House or in committee.160


156 See, Robert Myttenaere, Moscow Session (September 1998),The Immunities of Members of Parliament, http://www.asgp.info /Resources/Data/Documents/ UJJICUIPKRGKNWTBNCAMSZFAGOKNXL.pdf.

157 See, Parliamentary Immunity in the Member States of the European Community and in the European Parliament, Luxembourg, European Parliament, 1993, pp.101, 104-105.

158 See, Robert Myttenaere, Moscow Session (September 1998),The Immunities of Members of Parliament, http://www.asgp.info/ Resources/Data/Documents/ UJJICUIPKRGKNWTBNCAMSZFAGOKNXL.pdf.

159 Id.

160 Id.

In a number of countries (Bangladesh, Cyprus, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Germany, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Namibia, Norway, Philippines, United Kingdom, Zambia), freedom of speech applies only within the parliament buildings and all other locations are excluded.

In the United Kingdom, for example, "the privilege is limited by a strict definition of 'proceedings in Parliament' confining them to 'everything said or done by a Member in the exercise of his functions as a Member in a Committee of either House, as well as everything said or done in either House in the transaction of parliamentary business'". MPs remain responsible, like any other citizen, for what they do outside proceedings in Parliament, "even where their actions relate to matters connected with their parliamentary functions, such as constituency duties. Thus, letters written on behalf of constituents to Ministers, Government Departments or public bodies would be unlikely to be considered by the courts of law as enjoying parliamentary privilege".*2[sic]

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The restriction in terms of location is sometimes even stricter: in Malaysia and Thailand, the non-accountability privilege is restricted to the floor of the assembly, in Bangladesh and Zambia to the floor of the assembly and committees, in South Africa to words spoken from the rostrum and statements from the floor of the House or in committee.


*:[sic] [...] Parliamentary Immunity in the Member States of the European Community and in the European Parliament, Luxembourg, European Parliament, 1993, pp. 101, and 104-105.

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