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Seite: 92, Zeilen: 1-22
Quelle: Van der Hulst 2000
Seite(n): 118, 119, 129, 130, Zeilen: 118: 33-35; 119: 1ff; 129: 26ff; 130: 1ff
In the Philippines, suspension of a mandate may not exceed 60 days and must be ordered by a two-thirds majority of members.

Lastly, a small group of countries adopt an intermediate approach, all disciplinary measures being taken either by the Bureau or equivalent body (e.g. the Lao Democratic People’s Republic) or by a special committee. In the Israeli Knesset, for example, the Speaker may call a member to order but the decision to impose more severe sanctions (such as temporary expulsion) must be taken by the Ethics Committee. In the Republic of Korea, the Speaker refers cases to the Special Committee on Ethics, which reports to the plenary and the latter takes the final decision. In assemblies where such ethics committees exist, they usually also have jurisdiction in cases of breaches of ethical precepts or codes of conduct.286

8.3 Contempt of Parliament

8.3.1 A Typical British Institution287

Protection against “insults” to or “contempt” of parliament is a privilege enjoyed both by assemblies and individual members in some countries. The countries concerned may be divided into two categories. The notion of contempt of parliament is alien to most countries. Clearly, this does not mean that insults to parliament are allowed but simply that no legal distinction is made between insults to parliament and those directed against some other public authority. Parliament is not protected in its own right but as part of the machinery of government whose dignity must be preserved in all circumstances. While the terms “contempt of parliament” or “insult to parliament” are occasionally [employed in some countries belonging to this group, especially those influenced by French tradition, their scope is different from that prevailing in countries with a British parliamentary tradition.]


[272 See, Marc Van der Hulst, The Parliamentary Mandate, Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2000.]

286 Id.

287 See, Marc Van der Hulst, The Parliamentary Mandate, Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2000, pp.129-134.

In the Philippines, suspension of a mandate may not exceed 60 days and must be ordered by a two-thirds majority of members.lsy [sic]

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Lastly, a small group of countries adopt an intermediate approach, all disciplinary measures being taken either by the Bureau or equivalent body (e.g. the Lao Democratic People's Republic) or by a special committee. In the Israeli Knesset, for example, the Speaker may call a member to order but the decision to impose more severe sanctions (such as temporary expulsion) must be taken by the Ethics Committee. In the Republic of Korea, the Speaker refers cases to the Special Committee on Ethics, which reports to the plenary and the latter takes the final decision. In assemblies where such ethics committees exist, they usually also have jurisdiction in cases of breaches of ethical precepts or codes of conduct (see Chapter IV).

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V. Contempt of parliament

1. A quintessentially British institution

Protection against "insults" to or "contempt" of parliament is a privilege enjoyed both by assemblies and individual members in some countries. The countries concerned may be divided into two categories. The notion of contempt of parliament is alien to most countries. Clearly, this does not mean that insults to parliament are allowed but simply that no legal distinction is made between insults to parliament and those directed against some other public authority. Parliament is not protected in its own right but as part of the machinery of government whose dignity must be preserved in all circumstances. While the terms

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"contempt of parliament" or "insult to parliament" are occasionally employed in some countries belonging to this group, especially those influenced by French tradition, their scope is different from that prevailing in countries with a British parliamentary tradition.

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