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Seite: 86, Zeilen: 1-20
Quelle: Van der Hulst 2000
Seite(n): 115, Zeilen: 5ff
[As this is a more serious penalty, it is the Assembly that takes the] decision by a standing vote and without a debate, on the President’s proposal. The Deputy concerned is entitled to a hearing or to have a colleague speak on his or her behalf.

There is an identical procedure in the French Senate, but the penalty is applicable, in addition to the two cases mentioned above, to Senators who insult, provoke or threaten their colleagues or use their offices for purposes other than the exercise of their mandate. In both chambers, a simple censure entails deduction of part of a member’s salary for a month (one-half in the National Assembly and one-third plus the entire duty allowance in the Senate).267 The word “reprimand” (blame in French) is sometimes used instead of “censure”. In Luxembourg, the President issues a reprimand that is entered in the record to any deputy who, having been called to order and denied the floor, fails to obey the President’s ruling or causes a disturbance in the assembly. This type of “censure” is commonly found in countries based on the French model, but it also exists elsewhere under a variety of names. (e.g. ”censure” and “reprimand” in the United States of America).268

In many countries influenced by French tradition, censure with temporary expulsion is the penalty of last resort. In France, it is applicable to deputies or senators who ignore or have twice been subject to a simple censure, who call for violence at a public sitting, insult the assembly or its President, or insult, provoke [or threaten the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister, the members of the Government or the assemblies provided for in the Constitution.]


267 According to Duhamcl [sic], O. and Meny, Y. Dictionnaire constitutionnel, Paris, P.U.F., 1992, p. 31J), the simple censure has been applied only once under the Fifth Republic: on 2 February 1984 in the National Assembly against Jacques Toubon (RPR), Alain Madelin (UDF), and Francois d'Aubert (UDF) during the discussion of the bill on plurality of media enterprises (J.O. De'bats AN, t and 2 February 1984, pp. 442-450 and 475-481). Quoted Marc Van der Hulst, The Parliamentary Mandate,Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2000.

268 Marc Van der Hulst, The Parliamentary Mandate, Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2000, p.114.

As this is a more serious penalty, it is the Assembly that takes the decision by a standing vote and without a debate, on the President's proposal. The Deputy concerned is entitled to a hearing or to have a colleague speak on his or her behalf. There is an identical procedure in the French Senate, but the penalty is applicable, in addition to the two cases mentioned above, to Senators who insult, provoke or threaten their colleagues or use their offices for purposes other than the exercise of their mandate. In both chambers, a simple censure entails deduction of part of a member's salary for a month (one-half in the National Assembly and one-third plus the entire duty allowance in the Senate).157 The word "reprimand" (blame in French) is sometimes used instead of "censure". In Luxembourg, the President issues a reprimand that is entered in the record to any deputy who, having been called to order and denied the floor, fails to obey the President’s ruling or causes a disturbance in the assembly. This type of "censure" is commonly found in countries based on the French model, but it also exists elsewhere under a variety of names (e.g. "censure" and "reprimand" in the United States of America).

In many countries influenced by French tradition, censure with temporary expulsion is the penalty of last resort. In France, it is applicable to deputies or senators who ignore or have twice been subject to a simple censure, who call for violence at a public sitting, insult the assembly or its President, or insult, provoke or threaten the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister, the members of the Government or the assemblies provided for in the Constitution.


157 According to Duhamel, O. and Meny, Y. / op. cit, p. 31 J), the simple censure has been applied only once under the Fifth Republic: on 2 February 1984 in the National Assembly against Jacques Toubon (RPR). Alain Madelin (UDF), and Francois d'Aubert (UDF) during the discussion of the bill on plurality of media enterprises (J.O. De'bats AN, t and 2 February 1984. pp. 442-450 and 475-481).

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