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

von Weizhong Yi

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Perhaps the most serious reservation expressed by both Committees was that, as the rebuttal is likely to appear several weeks after the original allegation, the reply will be robbed of “any immediacy”, with the WA Standing Committee adding that the Senate procedures also “required the drafting of cumbersome regulations which are not easy to interpret in practice and it is difficult to find any evidence to this stage that they have added significantly to the rights available to citizens”.545

On the other hand, the Commission on Government found in support of a right of reply, concluding “We are firmly of the view that this innovation is a very high priority amongst the citizens of this State, and is one that is demonstrably workable”.546


545 Western Australia, Report of the Parliamentary Standards Committee, Vol 1, 1989, p.55

546 Western Australia, Commission on Government, Report No 1, August, 1995, p.385.

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Perhaps the most serious reservation expressed by both Committees was that, as the rebuttal is likely to appear several weeks after the original allegation, the reply will be robbed of ‘any immediacy’, with the WA Standing Committee adding that the Senate procedures also ‘required the drafting of cumbersome regulations which are not easy to interpret in practice and it is

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difficult to find any evidence to this stage that they have added significantly to the rights available to citizens’.200 On the other hand, the Commission on Government found in support of a right of reply, concluding ‘we are firmly of the view that this innovation is a very high priority amongst the citizens of this State, and is one that is demonstrably workable’.201


200 Western Australia, Report of the Parliamentary Standards Committee, Vol 1, 1989, p 55.

201 Western Australia, Commission on Government, Report No 1, August 1995, p 385.

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Without a doubt, a well-defined system of parliamentary privileges is absolutely necessary for the functioning of a parliament, without which parliaments would degenerate into polite and ineffective debating forums. It is clear that this protection is all the more necessary for parliaments operating in a difficult environment, as is the case in transitional societies. But parliaments do not operate in a vacuum and are largely relyed [sic!] on their political environment and its respect for democratic and human rights principles. Therefore, it is also clear that parliamentary privilege in itself is not sufficient to create the space of liberty and independence that parliaments require. There is no doubt that a well-defined system of parliamentary immunities is absolutely necessary for the functioning of a parliament, without which parliaments would degenerate into polite and ineffective debating forums. It is clear that this protection is all the more necessary for parliaments operating in a difficult environment as is the case in transitional societies. But parliaments do not operate in a vacuum and are largely dependent on their political environment and its respect for democratic and human rights principles. It is therefore also clear that parliamentary immunity in itself is not sufficient to create the space of liberty and independence that parliaments require.
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