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

von Weizhong Yi

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An important factor is the extent to which The Act shields members themselves from litigation even while making Congress accountable as an institution.525 Employee complaints may be brought only against the employing office, not the member individually.526 Accordingly, in a court or other formal proceeding the respondent employing office is likely to receive representation [from counsel employed by the Senate or House rather than from a private attorney hired and compensated by the member.]



524 James J. Brudney, Congressional Accountability and Denial: Speech or Debate Clause and Conflict of Interest Challenges to Uuionzation of Congressional Employees, Harvard Journal on Legislation, Winter, 1999.

525 Id.

526 See, Public Law, No. 104-1, §§ 405(a), 408(b), 109 Stat. 33, 37 (1995) (codified at 2 U.S.C. §§ 1405(a), 1408(b) (Supp. II 1996)).

A second important factor is the extent to which the CAA shields members themselves from litigation even while making Congress accountable as an institution. Employee complaints

may be brought only against the employing office, not the member individually.45 Accordingly, in a court or other formal proceeding the respondent employing office is likely to receive representation from counsel employed by the Senate or House rather than from a private attorney hired and compensated by the member.46


45 See Pub. L. No. 104-1, §§ 405(a), 408(b), 109 Stat. 33, 37 (1995) (codified at 2 U.S.C. §§ 1405(a), 1408(b) (Supp. HI 1996)).

46 Acting pursuant to the House Employees Position Classification Act, 2 U.S.C. §§ 294(d)(7), 300 (1994), the Committee on House Oversight established a new Office of House Employment Counsel in late 1995. The Office was authorized inter alia to represent House employing offices in actions brought under the CAA. See Letter from Rep. Bill Thomas, Chairman of Committee on House Oversight, to Robin H. Carlo, Clerk of the House (Dec. 22, 1995) (on file with author); Dear Colleague Letter from Chairman Thomas and Ranking Minority Member Rep. Vic Fazio (D-Cal.) (Apr. 30, 1996) (on file with author). The Senate Chief Counsel for Employment performs a similar representational function for Senate employing offices. See 142 CoNo. REc. H10,026 (daily ed. Sept. 4, 1996). It was established in 1993 at the direction of Senate leaders from both parties, and was formerly called the Office of Senate Legal Counsel, Employee/Management Relations. See 140 CONG. REc. S1391 (daily ed. Feb. 10, 1994)

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