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Seite: 29, Zeilen: 1-17, 101-103
Quelle: Griffith 2007
Seite(n): 1-2, Zeilen: 1:36-37 - 2:1-15.103-105
Without the protection afforded by parliamentary privilege, members would be handicapped in performing their parliamentary duties, and the authority of Parliament itself in confronting the executive and as a deliberative forum would be diminished. As Griffit [sic] and Ryle state: Parliamentary privilege, even though seldom mentioned in debates, underpins the status and authority of all Members of Parliament. Without this protection individual Members would be severely handicapped in performing their parliamentary functions, and the authority of the House itself, in confronting the Executive and as a forum for expressing the anxieties of the citizen, would be correspondingly diminished.102

Parliamentary privilege, in essence, is essential to the conduct of Parliament’s business, as it is to the maintenance of its authority and independence. At issue is the integrity and autonomy of the institution itself. While certain rights and immunities, notably those attached to the freedom of speech in parliamentary proceedings, are bestowed upon Members individually, they do not exist for their personal benefit. Parliamentary privilege exists rather to protect the Houses “themselves collectively and their members when acting for the benefit of their House, against interference, attack or obstruction”.103


102 R Blackburn, A Kennon eds, Griffith and Ryle of Parliament: Functions, Practice and Procedures, Sweet and Maxwell, 2003, p.123.

103 CR Munro, Studies in Constitutional Law, London, Butterworths, 1987, p.136.

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Without the protection afforded by parliamentary privilege, Members would be handicapped in performing their parliamentary duties, and the authority of Parliament itself

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in confronting the executive and as a deliberative forum would be diminished.2 As Griffith and Ryle state:

Parliamentary privilege, even though seldom mentioned in debates, underpins the status and authority of all Members of Parliament. Without this protection, individual Members would be severely handicapped in performing their parliamentary functions, and the authority of the House itself, in confronting the Executive and as a forum for expressing the anxieties of the citizen, would be correspondingly diminished.3

In essence, parliamentary privilege is essential to the conduct of Parliament’s business, as it is to the maintenance of its authority and independence. At issue is the integrity and autonomy of the institution itself. While certain rights and immunities, notably those attached to the freedom of speech in parliamentary proceedings, are bestowed upon Members individually, they do not exist for their personal benefit. Parliamentary privilege exists rather to protect the Houses ‘themselves collectively and their members when acting for the benefit of their House, against interference, attack or obstruction’.4


2 Joint Committee on Parliamentary Privilege, Report: Volume 1 – Report and Proceedings of the Committee, UK Parliament, Session 1998-99, HL Paper 43 –1, HC 214-1, p 8.

3 R Blackburn and A Kennon eds, Griffith and Ryle of Parliament: Functions, Practice and Procedures, Sweet and Maxwell 2003, p 123.

4 CR Munro, Studies in Constitutional Law, Butterworths, London, 1987, p 136.

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