(1) A person cannot be required or authorised by virtue of this Act—
(a) to provide any information or answer any question; or
(b) to produce or inspect so much of any document—
that relates to the deliberations of Ministers or any committee consisting of members of Parliament where the committee is formed for the purpose of advising the Ministers in respect of their deliberations.
(2) The Attorney-General may issue a certificate certifying that any information or question or document or part of a document relates to the deliberations of Ministers or of a committee referred to in subsection (1).
(3) A certificate issued under subsection (2) is conclusive of the facts certified.