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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 with a British parliamentary tradition (Australia, Canada, Kenya, United States of America),272 the most severe penalty that a presiding office can impose on members is usually that of “naming” them.

In Canada, a member can be named for failing to respect the Speaker’s authority by, for example, refusing to withdraw unparliamentary comments, to cut short an irrelevant or repetitive statement or to cease interrupting a member who has the floor. Persistent improper conduct after being asked by the Speaker to desist is another way of defying the Speaker’s authority and may also entail the penalty of naming. Before taking that step, the Speaker usually warns the offender several times of the penalty that may be imposed for failure to obey. If the member apologises and the Speaker is broadly satisfied, the incident is usually deemed to be closed and no measure is taken. If, on the other hand, the member is named, the Speaker has two options: he or she may either order the offender to withdraw forthwith from the House for the remainder of the sitting or simply wait until the House takes any other disciplinary measure it deems appropriate. The first option was adopted in February 1986 and has always been used since to discipline a member who has been named. If the Speaker chooses the second option, another member — generally the Leader of the Government in the House — immediately moves the suspension of the member concerned. The motion may not be debated or amended and the Speaker immediately puts it to the vote. If the motion is adopted, the member must leave the House.273

If the Speaker names a member in Australia, a motion for (temporary) suspension is put to the vote.


272 See, Marc Van der Hulst, The Parliamentary Mandate, Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2000.

273 Id.

In most countries with a British parliamentary tradition (Australia, Canada, Kenya, United States of America), the most severe penalty that a presiding office can impose on members is usually that of «naming» them.

In Canada, a member can be named for failing to respect the Speaker's authority by, for example, refusing to withdraw unparliamentary comments, to cut short an irrelevant or repetitive statement or to cease interrupting a member who has the floor. Persistent improper conduct after being asked by the Speaker to desist is another way of defying the Speaker's authority and may also entail the penalty of naming. Before taking that step, the Speaker usually warns the offender several times of the penalty that may be imposed for failure to obey. If the member apologises and the Speaker is broadly satisfied, the incident is usually deemed to be closed and no measure is taken. If. on the other hand, the member is named, the Speaker has two options: he or she may either order the offender to withdraw forthwith from the House for the remainder of the sitting or simply wait until the House takes any other disciplinary measure it deems appropriate. The first option was adopted in February 1986 and has always been used since to discipline a member who has been named. If the Speaker chooses the second option, another member — generally the Leader of the Government in the House — immediately moves the suspension of the member concerned. The motion may not be debated or amended and the Speaker immediately puts it to the vote. If the motion is adopted, the member must leave the House.

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If the Speaker names a member in Australia, a motion for (temporary) suspension is put to the vote.

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