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Seite: 94, Zeilen: 1-19
Quelle: Van der Hulst 2000
Seite(n): 130, 131, Zeilen: 130: 26ff; 131: 1ff
[As a rule, contempt of] parliament denotes what may be termed “breaches of the privileges of parliament” or “insults to parliament”. The following examples illustrate what this means in practice:

- Attacking, obstructing, abusing or insulting members or parliamentary officials in the performance of their duties;

- Bribing a parliamentarian;

- Refusing to obey parliament or its committees;

- Defaming or slandering parliament and its members orally or in writing;

- Publishing confidential information;

- Trying to influence parliamentarians’ votes, opinions, assessments or action by fraud, threats or intimidation;

- Perjury before parliament or its committees;

- Use of force or threatening to use force to suspend a sitting, etc.291

It may be gathered from this list, which is not exhaustive, that the aim is to protect the proceedings of the assembly against any kind of interference, primarily by the Executive or the general public. When parliament decides to punish an offender, it usually does so in the form of a reprimand delivered by the presiding officer of the chamber concerned. Offenders who are not members of parliament are summoned to appear before the house.


291 See, Marc Van der Hulst, The Parliamentary Mandate, Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union, 2000, p.130.

As a rule, contempt of parliament denotes what may be termed "breaches of the privileges of parliament" or "insults to parliament". The following examples illustrate what this means in practice:

- Attacking, obstructing, abusing or insulting members or parliamentary officials in the performance of their duties;

- Bribing a parliamentarian;

- Refusing to obey parliament or its committees (attendance, production of papers, books, documents or reports);

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- Defaming or slandering parliament and its members orally or in writing;1TM[sic]

- Publishing confidential information;

- Trying to influence parliamentarians' votes, opinions, assessments or action by fraud, threats or intimidation;

- Perjury before parliament or its committees;

- Use of force or threatening to use force to suspend a sitting, etc.

It may be gathered from this list, which is not exhaustive, that the aim is to protect the proceedings of the assembly against any kind of interference, primarily by the Executive or the general public. When parliament decides to punish an offender, it usually does so in the form of a reprimand delivered by the presiding officer of the chamber concerned. Offenders who are not members of parliament are summoned to appear before the house.

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