Ukraine party leaders throw punches during a meeting of parliament factions after one MP accuses another of having ties to Russia’s Kremlin. The leader of Ukraine’s Radical Party Oleg Lyashko was punched in the face by Opposition Bloc Deputy Yury Boyko in Kiev on Monday.
Two lawmakers who want Hong Kong to split from China wrestles with security in parliament, with one of them dragged from the chamber, as fears grow Beijing will step in over the saga.
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.
Ukraine’s parliament was marred with a brawl on June 15 after MP Volodymyr Parasyuk tried to snatch a microphone from Dmitry Kolesnikov.
Senate public accounts committee was violently disrupted after Nairobi senator Mike Sonko engaged in a physical fight with Nairobi governor Evans Kidero.
It all began as a verbal exchange started by Sonko who accused the governor of ‘murder’ but soon degenerated into a physical fight forcing the committee to abruptly adjourn. The media present there were all thrown out as orderlies escorted Sonko out of parliament buildings.