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

von Weizhong Yi

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[An awareness of such risks has already caused House committees to consider carefully the publication of submissions — in some cases, for example, certain details have been omitted, the] committees seeking to balance the interests of openness and accountability with the interests of individuals. Committee procedures, whether established by practice (House committees) or by resolution (Senate committees) allow for the protection of witnesses and for the rights of others. The challenge may be more in the application of the procedures rather than the procedures themselves, and in an awareness of the enhanced potential for damage to be done to individuals by the use of modern technologies, technologies which can be expected to evolve with great speed, and which may impact on the houses themselves and individual parliamentarians as well as on committees.474

Caring for the rights of others will need to be shown by Committees of Privileges, and by the relevant houses, if the community is to be expected to accept that parliament should retain the broad power to punish contempts. It is also possible that parliaments may face new forms of obstruction or difficulties which will cause them to seek changes to the law or to the arrangements concerning privilege.

12.2 Wider Legal Developments

The issue of international legal arrangements is one area.475 In Europe there have been cases where actions of national parliaments have been tested against the requirements of a larger legal framework in the form of the European Court of Human Rights. A finding of contempt by a national parliament has been held by the court to be in contravention of the Convention on Human Rights because two members who had been criticised by the person in question had not only raised the complaint in the House, they had participated in proceedings on the matter.


474 Bernard Wright, Patterns of Change-Parliamentary Privilege, http://www.aph.gov.au/HOUSE /PUBS/occpub/privileges.pd.

475 E.Campbell, Parliamentary Privilege in Australia, pp.204-8.

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8.2 Wider legal developments could be relevant. The issue of international legal arrangements is one area87. In Europe there have been cases where actions of national parliaments have been tested against the requirements of a larger legal framework in the form of the European Court of Human Rights. A finding of contempt by a national parliament has been held by the court to be in contravention of the Convention on Human Rights because two members who had been criticised by the person in question had not only raised the complaint in the House, they had participated in proceedings on the matter.

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An awareness of such risks has already caused House committees to consider carefully the publication of submissions — in some cases, for example, certain details have been omitted, the committees seeking to balance the interests of openness and accountability with the interests of individuals. Committee procedures, whether established by practice (House committees) or by resolution (Senate committees) allow for the protection of witnesses and for the rights of others. The challenge may be more in the application of the procedures rather than the procedures themselves, and in an awareness of the enhanced potential for damage to be done to individuals by the use of modern technologies, technologies which can be expected to evolve with great speed, and which may impact on the houses themselves and individual parliamentarians as well as on committees.

8.5 Care for the rights of others will need to be shown by Committees of Privileges, and by the relevant houses, if the community is to be

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expected to accept that parliament should retain the broad power to punish contempts97. It is also possible that parliaments may face new forms of obstruction or difficulties which will cause them to seek changes to the law or to the arrangements concerning privilege.


87 Campbell , op cit, pp 204-8.

97 Earlier this year a case for the substantial transfer of the penal jurisdiction to the courts on the grounds that determination of such matters by houses of parliament was not consistent with the principles of procedural fairness was set out in advice provided to the House Committee of Privileges- Professors Lindell and Carney, op cit.

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