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Graf Isolan
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Untersuchte Arbeit:
Seite: 179, Zeilen: 7-23, 101-102
Quelle: Griffith 1997
Seite(n): 48-49, Zeilen: 48:24ff - 49:1-7
In view of this circumstance, the introduction of a citizen’s right of reply has

been canvassed on many occasions on the ground that it would offer some means of reply for people who feel that they have been unfairly attacked under the cover of privilege. The 1984 Commonwealth Joint Select Committee on Parliamentary Privilege concluded on this issue: “We think the only practical solution consistent with the maintenance in its most untrammelled form of freedom of speech and the rights of members of the public to their good reputation may lie - and we emphasise the word ‘may’ - in adopting an internal means of placing on record an answer to a Parliamentary attack. If such an answer is to have any efficacy, we think it should become part of the record of Parliament so as to carry back to the forum in which the attack was made a refutationor [sic] explanation”.541 The Committee recommended that complaints be: (a) subject torigorous [sic] screening; (b) that there be clear limits on what may be put in an answer which is to be incorporated in Hansard; and (c) that complaints are raised directly with the Privileges Committees.542

The Australian Senate in 1988 was the first legislature to adopt a right of reply as part of a package of resolutions relating to parliamentary privilege.


541 Parliament of the Commonwealth, Joint Select Committee on Parliamentary Privilege, Final Report, October, 1984, p.55.

542 See, Parliament of the Commonwealth, Joint Select Committee on Parliamentary Privilege, Final Report, October, 1984.

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The following proposals can be noted at this stage:

(i) citizens right of reply: the introduction of a citizens right of reply has been canvassed on many occasions on the ground that it would offer some means of reply for people who feel that they have been unfairly attacked under the cover of privilege. The 1984 Commonwealth Joint Select Committee on Parliamentary Privilege concluded on this issue: ‘We think the only practical solution consistent with the maintenance in its most untrammelled form of freedom of speech and the rights of members of the public to their good reputation may lie - and we emphasise the word “may” - in adopting an internal means of placing on record an answer to a Parliamentary attack. If such an answer is to have any efficacy, we think it should become part of the record of

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Parliament so as to carry back to the forum in which the attack was made a refutation or explanation’.195 The Committee recommended that complaints be: (i) subject to rigorous screening; (ii) that there be clear limits on what may be put in an answer which is to be incorporated in Hansard; and (iii) that complaints be raised directly with the Privileges Committees.

The Australian Senate in 1988 was the first legislature to adopt a right of reply as part of a package of resolutions relating to parliamentary privilege.196


195 Parliament of the Commonwealth, Joint Select Committee on Parliamentary Privilege, Final Report, October 1984, p 55.

196 The 11 resolutions on parliamentary privilege agreed to by the Senate on 25 February 1988 are set out at Appendix ??. [sic]

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