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

von Weizhong Yi

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[The report at issue was] into an unauthorised disclosure by the CJC concerning an inquiry into a Member of Parliament. The investigation undertaken by the Parliamentary Commissioner

was at the request of the PCJC. In the event, the Parliamentary Commissioner found out in her report to the PCJC that the CJC was the source of the unlawful disclosure. For its part, the CJC sought orders declaring that:

a) The report of the Parliamentary Commissioner was ultra vires;

b) That in the circumstances the Parliamentary Commissioner could not make findings of guilt; and

c) That the Parliamentary Commissioner had not observed the requirements of procedural fairness. The Speaker intervened, arguing that to grant the first declaration – that the report was ultra vires – would be to directly impeach and question the report contrary to Article 9. That view was upheld, both at first instance323 and on appeal. The request by the PCJC that an investigation be undertaken by the Parliamentary Commissioner was held to constitute a proceeding in Parliament, as was the investigation and subsequent report. McPherson JA concluded: “It follows that this Court, like others in Queensland, is precluded by Art. 9 of the Bill of Rights from questioning the validity or propriety of the [Parliamentary] Commissioner’s investigation and report”.324

Bringing these cases together, Neil Laurie, Clerk of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, comments that the determinative factor for the courts when deciding if a report, decision or investigation constitutes a parliamentary proceeding is ‘the nature of the role of the body in each case, the particular function being discharged and their relationship with the Parliament or committee [of the Parliament’.325]


323 CJC & Ors v Dick [2000] QSC 272.

324 [2002] 2 Qd R 8 at 22.

[325 Gareth Griffith, Parliamentary Privilege: Major Developments and Current Issues, http://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/prod/parlment/publications.nsf/0/18DBE18C7D65CDF0CA 2572D100091751/$File/ParliamentaryPrivelige07.pdf.]

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The report at issue was into an unauthorised disclosure by the CJC concerning an inquiry into a Member of Parliament. The investigation undertaken by the Parliamentary Commissioner was at the request of the PCJC. In the event, the Parliamentary Commissioner found in her report to the PCJC that the CJC was the source of the unlawful disclosure. For its part, the CJC sought orders declaring that: (a) the report of the Parliamentary Commissioner was ultra vires; (b) that in the circumstances the Parliamentary Commissioner could not make findings of guilt; and (c) that the Parliamentary Commissioner had not observed the requirements of procedural fairness. The Speaker intervened, arguing that to grant the first declaration – that the report was ultra vires – would be to directly impeach and question the report contrary to Article 9. That view was upheld, both at first instance223 and on appeal. The request

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by the PCJC that an investigation be undertaken by the Parliamentary Commissioner was held to constitute a proceeding in Parliament,224 as was the investigation and subsequent report. McPherson JA concluded: ‘It follows that this Court, like others in Queensland, is precluded by art. 9 of the Bill of Rights from questioning the validity or propriety of the [Parliamentary] Commissioner’s investigation and report’.225

Bringing these cases together, Neil Laurie, Clerk of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, comments that the determinative factor for the courts when deciding if a report, decision or investigation constitutes a parliamentary proceeding is ‘the nature of the role of the body in each case, the particular function being discharged and their relationship with the Parliament or committee of the Parliament’.



223 CJC & Ors v Dick [2000] QSC 272 (Helman J).

224 At that time defined by s 3 of the now repealed Parliamentary Paper Act 1992 (Qld).

225 [2002] 2 Qd R 8 at 22. Campbell notes that the Court did consider whether the report was ultra vires and whether the Commissioner had failed to observe the requirements of procedural justice. Campbell comments, ‘Arguably they should not have been considered at all once the court was satisfied that the matters in which the plaintiffs (CJC) sought declarations were proceedings in Parliament’ – Campbell, n 147, p 92.

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