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

von Weizhong Yi

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9.1 Caucus Meetings and Parliamentary Proceeding

Rata v. Attorney-General, a High Court of New Zealand case from 1997, Master Thompson held that, as Caucus is integral to the parliamentary system, in the interest of ‘robust debate’ what is said there must be absolutely privileged. He concluded:

a) As a matter of principle the caucus system as it has developed in New Zealand is an integral part of the parliamentary process and that all matters transacted in caucus are inextricably linked to Parliament…

b) If that general proposition is wrong then any discussion and related papers will be privileged when they relate to the passage of legislation (present or future) or any matter which is before the House.303


303 Rata v A-G (1997) 10 PRNZ 304, p.313.

6.1 Parliamentary proceedings and party Caucus meetings

In Rata v Attorney-General, a High Court of New Zealand case from 1997, Master Thompson held that, as Caucus is integral to the parliamentary system, in the interest of ‘robust debate’ what is said there must be absolutely privileged. He concluded:

(a) As a matter of principle the caucus system as it has developed in New Zealand is an integral part of the parliamentary process and that all matters transacted in caucus are inextricably linked to Parliament…

(b) If that general proposition is wrong then any discussion and related papers will be privileged when they relate to the passage of legislation (present or future) or any matter which is before the House…206


206 Rata v A-G (1997) 10 PRNZ 304 at 313.

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Kein Hinweis auf eine Übernahme.

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[Strangers] also may take part in the proceedings of a House, for example by giving evidence before it or one of its committees, or by securing presentation of a petition.”301

301 May, 22nd ed., 1997, p.95. While referring to this definition, J P Joseph Maingot, Parliamentary Privilege in Canada(2nd ed), McGill-Queen’s University press, 1997, p.80 gives this supplementary definition: “As a technical parliamentary term, ‘proceedings’ are the events and the steps leading up to some formal action, including a decision, taken by the House in its collective capacity. All of these steps and events, the whole process by which the House reaches a decision (the principal part of which is called debate), are “proceedings”.

98. [...] Strangers also may take part in the proceedings of a House, for example by giving evidence before it or one of its committees, or by securing presentation of a petition.'[152]

152 22nd ed (1997), p 95. While referring to this definition, J P Joseph Maingot QC, in Parliamentary Privilege in Canada (1997), p 80 gives this supplementary definition: `As a technical parliamentary term, `proceedings' are the events and the steps leading up to some formal action, including a decision, taken by the House in its collective capacity. All of these steps and events, the whole process by which the House reaches a decision (the principal part of which is called debate), are `proceedings.

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