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[In support of judicial review, the joint judgment noted that the general position is that proceedings of a party’s caucus are] not proceedings of Parliament. In our view, the judgment of the High Court in……was not correctly decided.308

Having reviewed the objections of Joseph and McGee to the High Court’s decision, the Court of Appeal noted:

Importantly, Mr.McGee goes on to say that even where caucus discussed legislation before the House privilege would not attach to the discussions. The concept of proceedings in Parliament was limited to “essential steps to parliamentary action” and caucus discussions could not be viewed in that light…For these reasons we agree that Rata was wrongly decided on the privilege point.309

9.2 Parliamentary Proceeding and Parliamentary Committees, Other Bodies

With the proliferation of integrity oversee and adviser’s questions arise as to the relationship of some or all of their activities to Parliament. This is especially the case where these bodies assist Parliament in an investigatory capacity. Often the relationship between Parliament and these bodies in complex and intimate.310 The connections are obvious in relation to those officers established to oversight parliamentary standards or ethics. In other cases parliamentary committees may be established to oversight independent integrity commissions, as in the case of the ICAC (Independent Commission against Corruption) or the Ombudsman in NSW in Australia. Further, the ICAC is an example of an integrated survey whose brief includes inquiring into the conduct of parliamentarians.


308 [2004] NZCA 147.

309 [2004] NZCA 147.

310 Gareth Griffith, Parliamentary Privilege: Major Developments and Current Issues, http://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/prod/parlment/publications.nsf/0/18DBE18C7D65CDF0CA2572D100091751/$File/ParliamentaryPrivelige07.pdf.

In support of judicial review, the joint judgment noted that
the general position is that proceedings of a party’s caucus are not proceedings of

Parliament. In our view, the judgment of the High Court in Rata v A-G…was not correctly decided.211

Having reviewed the objections of Joseph and McGee to the High Court’s decision, the Court of Appeal noted:

Importantly, Mr McGee goes on to say that even where caucus discussed legislation before the House privilege would not attach to the discussions. The concept of proceedings in Parliament was limited to ‘essential steps to parliamentary action’ and caucus discussions could not be viewed in that light…For these reasons we agree that Rata was wrongly decided on the privilege point.212

6.2 Parliamentary proceedings and parliamentary committees, commissioners and independent commissions

With the proliferation of integrity watchdogs and advisers questions arise as to the relationship of some or all of their activities to Parliament. This is especially the case where these bodies assist Parliament in an investigatory capacity. Often the relationship between Parliament and these bodies in complex and intimate. The connections are obvious in relation to those officers established to oversight parliamentary standards or ethics. In other cases parliamentary committees may be established to oversight independent integrity commissions, as in the case of the ICAC or the Ombudsman in NSW. Further, the ICAC is an example of an integrity watchdog whose brief includes inquiring into the conduct of parliamentarians.


211 [2004] NZCA 147 at para 63 (McGrath, Glazebrook and O’Regan JJ).

212 [2004] NZCA 147 at para 64 (McGrath, Glazebrook and O’Regan JJ).

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