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

von Weizhong Yi

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[In the Indian Rajya Sabha, the Rules] contain a lengthy chapter on parliamentary etiquette, which stipulates, inter alia, that entering the chamber with a jacket on one’s arm is inappropriate and contrary to the decorum of the House. The vast numbers of rules of parliamentary conduct make it virtually impossible to provide a comprehensive overview.262 We have therefore decided to confine ourselves to a compilation of existing disciplinary sanctions and the authorities authorised to impose them.

8.1 Disciplinary Sanctions

Assemblies (or their bureaux or business committees) may impose a wide range of penalties on members who fail to respect their rules of conduct. They are described below in order of severity, from a simple call to order to suspension and expulsion.

8.1.1 From a Call to Order to Censure with Temporary Expulsion

A call to order is not only the most lenient disciplinary sanction but also the most widespread. It is usually applicable to members who disrupt the debate or the order of the house. In almost all assemblies, it is the presiding officer who calls a member to order. It should be noted, however, that the presiding officer at the sitting in question may not always be the speaker of the assembly.

In countries influenced by French tradition, the next step up in terms of severity is usually a call to order with a corresponding entry in the record. In the French National Assembly, 263 the President may impose this penalty on any deputy who, at the same sitting, has already been called to order or who has insulted, provoked or threatened one or more of his or her colleagues.


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

262 Id.

263 Marc Van der Hulst, The Parliamentary Mandate, Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2000, p.114.

In the Indian Rajya Sabha, the Rules contain a lengthy chapter on parliamentary etiquette, which stipulates, inter alia, that entering the chamber with a jacket on one's arm is inappropriate and contrary to the decorum of the House.

The vast number of rules of parliamentary conduct make it virtually impossible to provide a comprehensive overview. We have therefore decided to confine ourselves to a compilation of existing disciplinary sanctions and the authorities authorised to impose them.

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2. Disciplinary sanctions

Assemblies (or their bureaux or business committees) may impose a wide range of penalties on members who fail to respect their rules of conduct. They are described below in order of severity, from a simple call to order to suspension and expulsion.

(a) From a call to order to censure with temporary expulsion

A call to order is not only the most lenient disciplinary sanction but also the most widespread. It is usually applicable to members who disrupt the debate or the order of the house. In almost all assemblies, it is the presiding officer who calls a member to order. It should be noted, however, that the presiding officer at the sitting in question may not always be the speaker of the assembly.

In countries influenced by French tradition, the next step up in terms of severity is usually a call to order with a corresponding entry in the record. In the French National Assembly, the President may impose this penalty on any deputy who, at the same sitting, has already been called to order or who has insulted, provoked or threatened one or more of his or her colleagues.

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