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

von Weizhong Yi

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The rules governing parliamentary discipline are all in some ways designed to ensure the smooth conduct of business. The most graphic example is the prohibition of the use of force of any kind and the explicit (Slovakia) or implicit ban on carrying weapons.259

Secondly, threats, intimidation, provocation and insults are prohibited in almost every parliamentary assembly.

The third category of disciplinary rules is no doubt the most important, both quantitatively and in terms of its practical impact. The rules in question may be broadly designated as measures intended to prevent “unlawful” obstruction of the proceedings. By this is meant cases in which parliamentarians clearly refuse to obey the rules of procedure and try to create an obstruction by word or deed. There is a long list of such “unlawful” procedures, of which we shall mention just a few: Taking the floor without the speaker’s authorisation; Refusing to conclude a statement or to leave the podium; Ignoring a call to order; Refusing to defer to the authority of the speaker; Introducing extraneous material into a statement or being tediously repetitive, etc.260

The fourth category of disciplinary rules is designed to preserve the dignity of the assembly. Almost all assemblies prohibit language or behaviour liable to undermine their dignity. Preservation of dignity is actually the source of the dress code in some countries, particularly those with a British parliamentary tradition (Canada, Egypt, Zambia and Zimbabwe).261


259 Marc Van der Hulst, The Parliamentary Mandate, Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2000, p.113.

260 Id.

261 Id.

The rules governing parliamentary discipline are all in some way designed to ensure the smooth conduct of business.

The most graphic example is the prohibition of the use of force of any kind and the explicit (Slovakia) or implicit ban on carrying weapons.

Secondly, threats, intimidation, provocation and insults are prohibited in almost every parliamentary assembly.

The third category of disciplinary rule is no doubt the most important, both quantitatively and in terms of its practical impact. The rules in question may be broadly designated as measures intended to prevent "unlawful" obstruction of the proceedings. By this is meant cases in which parliamentarians clearly refuse to obey the rules of procedure and try to create an obstruction by word or deed. There is a long list of such "unlawful" procedures, of which we shall mention just a few: taking the floor without the speaker’s authorisation; refusing to conclude a statement or to leave the podium; ignoring a call to order; refusing to defer to the authority of the speaker; introducing extraneous material into a statement or being tediously repetitive, etc.

A fourth category of disciplinary rules is designed to preserve the dignity of the assembly. Almost all assemblies prohibit language or behaviour liable to undermine their dignity. Preservation of dignity is actually the source of the dress code in some countries, particularly those with a British parliamentary tradition (Canada, Egypt, Zambia, Zimbabwe).

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