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Seite: 156, Zeilen: 10-18, 101-102
Quelle: Griffith 1997
Seite(n): 44-45, Zeilen: 44:26-29 - 45:1-6
12.3.1 Parliament Privilege is Peculiar, Arbitrary and Obscure

According to Sir Geoffrey Palmer, most people know nothing about parliamentary privilege and “The law relating to it is ancient, obscure and potentially draconian”. He notes that it is, in the words of the noted English constitutional lawyer, O Hood Phillips, “exceptional, peculiar and discretionary”.487

12.3.2 Potential for Injustice

Parliamentary privilege has the capacity to cause substantial injustice to individuals who have no means of redress. Various examples of the alleged abuse [of privilege can be cited in this context but the general point to make is that the privilege of freedom of speech in Parliament can and does come into conflict with the principle that “every person is entitled to access to the Courts...to obtain redress for alleged wrongs”.488]


487 G.Palmer, Parliament and Privilege: Whose Justice?, New Zealand Law Journal, September, 1994.

[488 R.Best, Freedom of Speech in Parliament: Constitutional Safeguard or Sword of Oppression?, VUWLR, Vol. 24, 1994.]

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Following on from this, the case for the reform of parliamentary privilege includes the following arguments:

(i) peculiar, arbitrary and obscure: according to Sir Geoffrey Palmer, most people know nothing about parliamentary privilege and ‘The law relating to it is ancient, obscure and potentially draconian’. He notes that it is, in the words of the noted English constitutional lawyer, O Hood Phillips, ‘exceptional, peculiar and discretionary’.176

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(ii) potential for injustice: parliamentary privilege has the capacity to cause substantial injustice to individuals who have no means of redress. Various examples of the alleged abuse of privilege can be cited in this context but the general point to make is that the privilege of freedom of speech in Parliament can and does come into conflict with the principle that ‘every person is entitled to access to the Courts...to obtain redress for alleged wrongs’.177



176 G Palmer, ‘Parliament and privilege: whose justice?’ (September 1994) New Zealand law Journal 325.


177 R Best, ‘Freedom of speech in Parliament: constitutional safeguard or sword of oppression?’ (1994) 24 VUWLR 91 at 95. Cited is a comment from McKay J in TVNZ v Prebble [1993] 3 NZLR 513.

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Die Übernahme wird vorher in FN 486 angedeutet, die langen wörtlichen Übernahmen sind damit aber natürlich nicht abgedeckt.

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