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

von Weizhong Yi

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[In most countries, parliament is not entitled to suspend the detention of a] Member of Parliament or proceedings against him/her.220 There are exceptions, however, particularly in countries with a French parliamentary tradition, but also in Germany and Austria, where parliament may adopt such a decision either on its own initiative or at the request of a certain number of its members, or of the member concerned.221In Thailand, the speaker may request the release of a member who was detained during the investigation or trial before the start of parliament’s session.222

6.3.7 Right of Detained Members to Attend Parliamentary Sittings

With respect to the right of a Member of Parliament held in preventive detention to attend sittings of parliament, only a few countries provide for this possibility (Greece, Mali, Thailand, Pakistan), 223 although this would be in accordance with the principle of presumption of innocence and the interest of parliament to secure the attendance and service of its members. Taking account of the fact that, while a parliamentarian is in preventive detention, his/her constituents are without representation, the IPU has held in several cases that parliamentarians should be authorized to attend parliamentary sittings so long as judgment has not been handed down. In most countries, parliamentarians lose [their mandate once they are sentenced to a specific term of imprisonment, and the question of attendance therefore no longer arises.224]


220 Id.

221 Id.

222 See, Thailand Constitution, Part 4, Section 131, [1].

223 Background Paper prepared by the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Parliamentary Immunity, http://www.gopacnetwork.org/Docs/Global/IPU%20-%20UNDP%20Immunity%20Paper.pdf.

[224 See, Marc Van der Hulst,The Parliamentary Mandate,Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2000, p.93.]

In most countries, parliament is not entitled to suspend the detention of a member of parliament or proceedings against him/her. There are exceptions, however, particularly in countries with a French parliamentary tradition, but also in Germany and Austria, where parliament may adopt such a decision either on its own initiative or at the request of a certain number of its members, or of the member concerned. In Thailand, the speaker may request the release of a member who was detained during the investigation or trial before the start of parliament's session. (Constitution, Article 167)

(f) Right of detained members to attend parliamentary sittings

With respect to the right of a member of parliament held in preventive detention to attend sittings of parliament, only a few countries provide for this possibility (Greece, Mali, Thailand, Pakistan), although this would be in accordance with the principle of presumption of innocence and the interest of parliament to secure the attendance and service of its members. Taking account of the fact that, while a parliamentarian is in preventive detention, his/her constituents are without representation, the IPU has held in several cases that parliamentarians should be authorized to attend parliamentary sittings so long as judgment has not been handed down. In most countries, parliamentarians lose their mandate once they are sentenced to a specific term of imprisonment, and the question of attendance therefore no longer arises.

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