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This is the case in Australia and the United Kingdom for example, where freedom of speech extends to everybody involved in the proceedings of parliament (officials, witnesses, lawyers, petitioners). 144 Ireland has recently adopted an amendment to its legislation providing for freedom of speech for witnesses summoned to appear before parliamentary committees. Such witnesses enjoy total immunity and may not be prosecuted for words spoken during committee meetings. In Kenya, Namibia, Sri Lanka, Zambia and to some extent in Bangladesh, protection also extends to parliamentary officials. In the Philippines, Members’ assistants are also protected.145

In countries that are more influenced by French tradition, nonaccountability applies, in principle, only to parliamentarians.146 It should be noted, however, that, pursuant to the Act of 29 July 1881 concerning freedom of the press, French case [law recognises that protection also extends to witnesses appearing before parliamentary committees of inquiry.147]


144 Robert Myttenaere, Moscow Session (September 1998), The Immunities of Members of Parliament,http://www.asgp. info/Resources/Data/ Documents/UJJICUIPKRGKNWTBNCAMS ZFAGOKNXL.pdf.

145 See, Id.

146 See, Article 26 of Constitution of France [...]

147 Paris Court of Appeal, 16 January 1984; “It is considered that the statements of witnesses before a committee of inquiry enjoy the immunity applicable to reports and documents published by order of the National Assembly and the Senate, except for defamatory or injurious statements that have no bearing on the parliamentary inquiry or are made with malicious intent.” Quoted Marc Van der Hulst,The Parliamentary Mandate, IPU, 2000, p.75.

This is the case in Australia and the United Kingdom for example, where freedom of speech extends to everybody involved in the proceedings of parliament (officials, witnesses, lawyers, petitioners).7*4 [sic] Ireland has recently adopted an amendment to its legislation providing for freedom of speech for witnesses summoned to appear before parliamentary committees. Such witnesses enjoy total immunity and may not be prosecuted for words spoken during committee meetings.

In Kenya, Namibia, Sri Lanka, Zambia and to some extent in Bangladesh, protection also extends to parliamentary officials. In the Philippines, members' assistants are also protected.

In countries that are more influenced by French tradition, nonaccountability applies, in principle, only to parliamentarians. It should be noted, however, that, pursuant to the Act of 29 July 1881 concerning freedom

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of the press, French case law recognises that protection also extends to witnesses appearing before parliamentary committees of inquiry.7y[sic]


7S[sic] It also applies to debates in committee and sessions of the House of Lords sitting in its judicial capacity.

w[sic] Paris Court of Appeal, 16 January 1984; "It is considered that the statements of witnesses before a committee of inquiry enjoy the immunity applicable to reports and documents published by order of the National Assembly and the Senate, except for defamatory or injurious statements that have no bearing on the parliamentary inquiry or are made with malicious intent."

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