National Assembly’s Copyright Statement
- parliamentary archives;
- parliamentary photographic images; and
- live and archive video or audio broadcasts.
The National Assembly’s material may be used freely and flexibly, consistent with the way public sector information is made available for use.
Material may be used to make a fair and accurate report of parliamentary proceedings and the information may be copied, published, distributed and transmitted as long as it contains acknowledgement of the source and the logo of the Institution.
And material must NOT be used for any of the below purposes:
(a) satire, ridicule, or denigration;
(b) in entertainment content or productions; or
(c) political advertising, promotion, commercial sponsorship, or any other form of publicity for commercial purposes or financial gain.
d) suggest you have exclusive access to the material
e) lowers the dignity of either The National Assembly or of any individual Member
These terms do not grant you the right to use any branding or logos used on the National Assembly’s website, or the right to remove, obscure, or alter any legal notices displayed thereon. The National Assembly does not make any commitments about the content of its website, its reliability, availability, or ability to meet your needs. The contents are provided “as is”.
We may modify these terms or any additional terms that apply to the use of the contents or materials of the website to reflect changes to the law or changes to our policies and such changes unless indicated otherwise, shall apply immediately. You should look at the terms regularly. We’ll post notice of modifications to these terms on this page.
For further guidance, please contact the National Assembly’s Secretariat.