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

von Weizhong Yi

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[A contrast was drawn] in this respect between the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards and the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration (the Ombudsman).

The former is one of the means by which the Select Committee of Standards and Privileges carries out its functions, which are accepted to be part of the proceedings of the House, whereas the Ombudsman is concerned with the proper functioning of the public service outside Parliament.318

In Australia there are also some of cases of dealing with the meaning of the term of ‘parliamentary proceedings’. For example, Between [sic] 1994 and 2001 at least three Queensland cases dealt with the meaning of the term ‘parliamentary proceedings’ in relation to decisions, investigations or reports of the former PCJC (Parliamentary Criminal Justice Committee, the Parliamentary Commissioner and the CJC(The Criminal Justice Commission).

In Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) v. Nationwide News Pty Ltd319 an injunction was sought to restrain publication by a newspaper of a confidential report the independent commission had prepared for the Parliamentary Criminal Justice Committee. The Speaker, who intervened in the case, raised two questions: a ‘procedural’ question as to whether the process of arriving at a conclusion in the case involved a breach of the prohibition in Article 9 of the Bill of Rights against impeaching or questioning proceedings in Parliament; and a ‘substantive’ question as to whether the matter was one within the exclusive jurisdiction of Parliament and that the unauthorised publication of the report was for the Assembly to deal with.


318 That both the inquiry and report of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards constituted parliamentary proceedings was confirmed by the House of Lords in Hamilton v Al Fayed [2001] 1 AC 395.

319 [1996] 2 Qd R 444.

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A contrast was drawn in this respect between the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards and the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration (the Ombudsman). The former is one of the means by which the Select Committee of Standards and Privileges carries out its functions, which are accepted to be part of the proceedings of the House, whereas the Ombudsman is concerned with the proper functioning of the public service outside Parliament.214

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Between 1994 and 2001 at least three Queensland cases dealt with the meaning of the term ‘parliamentary proceedings’ in relation to decisions, investigations or reports of the former PCJC, the Parliamentary Commissioner and the CJC.216

• In Criminal Justice Commission v Nationwide News Pty Ltd217 an injunction was sought to restrain publication by a newspaper of a confidential report the independent commission had prepared for the Parliamentary Criminal Justice Committee. The Speaker, who intervened in the case, raised two questions: a ‘procedural’218 question as to whether the process of arriving at a conclusion in the case involved a breach of the prohibition in Article 9 of the Bill of Rights against impeaching or questioning proceedings in Parliament; and a ‘substantive’ question as to whether the matter was one within the exclusive jurisdiction of Parliament and

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that the unauthorised publication of the report was for the Assembly to deal with.


214 That both the inquiry and report of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards constituted parliamentary proceedings was confirmed by the House of Lords in Hamilton v Al Fayed [2001] 1 AC 395 – as discussed in section [5.4.2] of this paper.

216 N Laurie, ‘Parliamentary committees, commissioners, independent commissions – parliamentary privilege and judicial review of decisions, investigations or reports’ (Spring 2002) 17(2) Australasian Parliamentary Review 212.

217 [1996] 2 Qd R 444.

218 [1996] 2 Qd R 444 at 455 (Pincus JA).

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