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

von Weizhong Yi

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[Not in all countries, however, is it a] matter of course for the parliamentarian in question to be heard before a recommendation is made or the vote is taken by the parliament. One of the most recent examples is a case which occurred in February 2005 when the Cambodian National Assembly lifted the immunity of three of its members without hearing them and offering them the possibility of presenting their defence. The IPU has always held that it is a principle of natural justice that parliamentarians be heard and entitled to defend themselves, even if such right is not explicitly mentioned in relevant law.217

6.3.4 Monitoring of Judicial Proceedings

The lifting of immunity opens the way to arrest and/or judicial proceedings. Apart from the cases referred to below, there are generally no specific provisions for parliaments to monitor proceedings against a member whose immunity has been lifted. However, such monitoring can be essential to ensure not only that the Member of Parliament in question receives a fair trial but also, generally speaking, that respect is strengthened for fair trial guarantees. In many cases, therefore, the IPU has recommended that parliaments monitor proceedings to this end. A case in Burundi shows that this may be effective.218 In July 2004 a member of the then Transitional National Assembly, coordinator of a former rebel movement, was arrested in flagrante delicto on account of the presence in his home of a presumed criminal, a member of an armed group which reportedly wished to join the peace process. The Bureau of the Transitional National Assembly lifted his immunity “to enable the judiciary to investigate the case [calmly and without hindrance” while reserving the right to review its position after a period of two months.]


216 Art. 10, para. 2, of the Law on the Status of Deputies in Moldova.

217 Background Paper prepared by the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Parliamentary Immunity, [1].

218 Id.

Not in all countries, however, is it a matter of course for the parliamentarian in question to be heard before a recommendation is made or the vote is taken by the parliament. One of the most recent examples is a case which occurred in February 2005 when the Cambodian National Assembly lifted the immunity of three of its members without hearing them and offering them the possibility of presenting their defence. The IPU has always held that it is a principle of natural justice that parliamentarians be heard and entitled to defend themselves, even if such right is not explicitly mentioned in relevant law.

(d) Monitoring of judicial proceedings

The lifting of immunity opens the way to arrest and/or judicial proceedings. Apart from the cases referred to below, there are generally no specific provisions for parliaments to monitor proceedings against a member whose immunity has been lifted. However, such monitoring can be essential to ensure not only that the member of parliament in question receives a fair trial but also, generally speaking, that respect is strengthened for fair trial guarantees. In many cases, therefore, the IPU has recommended that parliaments monitor proceedings to this end.

A case in Burundi shows that this may be effective. In July 2004 a member of the then Transitional National Assembly, coordinator of a former rebel movement, was arrested in flagrante delicto on account of the presence in his home of a presumed criminal, a member of an armed group which reportedly wished to join the peace process. The Bureau of the Transitional National Assembly lifted his immunity "to enable the judiciary to investigate the case calmly and without hindrance" while reserving the right to review its position after a period of two months.

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