After throwing eggs, water and flour at the prime minister and cabinet members, the situations escalates and a man tries to go towards the minister Edi Rama. He holds a huge flatscreen TV in his hands but is stopped on his way. The discussion was about the introduction of a toll on the new highway to Albania’s border with Kosovo and the arrest of people who protested against the planned toll.
Two members of the Kosovo Parliament have been fighting in Pristina in front of TV cameras after heated debate. At first Frasner Krasnici, the oppositionist, poured his water glass on his discussion partner Milaim Zeka from the government camp. Zeka then threw his water bottle. Krasnici then went off and attacked his adversary with his fists. The two had to be separated by employees of the TV station.
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Fistfights and chair-throwing broke out in Uganda’s parliament on Tuesday ahead of a debate on whether to grant long-serving President Yoweri Museveni another term in office, local television showed.
Taiwan’s parliament descends into chaos for a second consecutive day as they brawl over a controversial infrastructure project.
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Lawmakers in Taiwan again brawled as cameras rolled this week, with everything from punches and paper to chairs and water balloons flying through the air. The scuffle reportedly occurred during a budget review for a controversial infrastructure project. Video source: SETTV
Deputies during session after Presidency to decree Armed Forces in the street to guarantee the order:
Out of competition and not a fight between memebers of parliament: Violence broke out in Macedonia’s Parliament on Thursday after an ethnic Albanian MP was elected speaker. The move sparked outrage from nationalists. Hundreds of angry pro-government protesters surrounded and stormed the Parliament building demanding new elections. Macedonia is a former republic of Yugoslavia.
South Africa’s parliament turned into a chaotic fistfight on Feb. 9 as opposition lawmakers refused to let president Jacob Zuma deliver his annual state of the nation address. Broadcast live on television, it was almost a play-by-play replay of 2016’s dramatics.