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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Two Georgian politicians poured water over each other and exchange kicks and blows during live TV debates ahead of the parliamentary election.
A member of the Industrialist party Zaza Agladze poured a glass of water over his opponent Irakli Glonti from State For The People party.
Glonti replied with throwing water on his opponent. They continued with trying to push and kick each other as presenter Maka Razmadze who also got splashed with water tried to keep them apart in the studio.
A fistfight erupted between candidates for the Georgian Parliament late on Wednesday during a political talk show.
Candidates from the Democratic Movement and the Industrials political bloc started to insult each other while on air at the regional TV network Qvemo Kartli, before getting into a physical fight.
The political climate is heating up in Georgia in the run up to elections scheduled for 8 October 2016.
Actually not in parliament, but on a TV debate.
In Georgia, a political TV debate on the crisis in the country descended first into a water fight and then fisticuffs.
The scandal started when pro-presidential MP Giorgy Kandelaki interrupted opposition leader Koki Guntsadze.
Guntsadze responded by throwing water at Kandelaki and, when the government representative tried to retaliate, the opposition leader slapped him.
The host had to interrupt the show and when it resumed, only the MP was left in the studio.