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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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.
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Lawmakers in the Turkish parliament have once more engaged in a fistfight over a controversial government proposal for stripping the legislators of their immunity from prosecution.
Television broadcasts showed Monday lawmakers hurling water bottles and other objects across a hall where members of the constitutional committee of the Turkish parliament were meeting to discuss a government-backed proposal to strip MPs of their immunity from prosecution.
The main brawl was between lawmakers from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and those from the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democracy Party (HDP).
AKP’s proposal, which has stirred huge controversy in the media, could pave the way for the trial of several pro-Kurdish legislators on terror-related charges. It came after AKP’s main figure, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, accused HDP of being an arm of the outlawed Kurdish militants.
Lebanese lawmakers nearly came to blows on live TV on Monday, shoving and shouting at each other in a vivid illustration of political conflict that is paralysing decision-making and fuelling public discontent.
After arguing for several minutes at a parliamentary committee on public works and energy, one MP threw a water bottle, before scuffling with another. The fight was quickly broken up and the meeting abandoned.
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“This happened yesterday in an attempt to stop the passing of a security bill. The opposition had listed a raft of complaints and being outnumbered, the only hope was to disrupt the national assembly from passing the laws on the house of parliament. The result, blows were traded, paper missiles thrown and the deputy speaker doused in water.”
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