|PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES POWERS OVER AND PROTECTION AFFORDED TO WITNESSES||1|
|Part A: The power of the Houses to establish committees for the conduct of inquiries||6|
|Part B: The taking of evidence before committees under the existing law and procedure of Parliament||15|
|Part C: Provisions of Federal, State and foreign law relating to the taking of evidence from witnesses before Parliamentary Committees||45|
|Part D: The broadcasting and televising of proceedings||61|
|Part E: A consideration of the steps which could be taken by the Commonwealth Parliament or its Houses in relation to witnesses called before Parliamentary Committees||77|
Greenwood, I. J & Ellicott, R. J. (1973). Parliamentary committees : powers over and protection afforded to witnesses Retrieved February 28, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1613439421
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| author1=Greenwood, I. J.
| author2=Ellicott, R. J.
| title=Parliamentary committees : powers over and protection afforded to witnesses
| section=88 p. : table ; 25 cm.
| isbn=0642949190 :
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 168 of 1972
| publisher=Government Printer
| access-date=28 February 2021
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