A fight broke out again in the Georgian parliament building: The deputies of the ruling party clashed in an opposition hall. It has been reported DEA News.
It was noted that the fight broke out after Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili’s speech in parliament describing opposition leader Gubaz Sanikidze as a traitor. In response, the deputy began to use obscene language. Thereupon, the ruling party deputies caught Sanikadze in the hall where the brawl took place.
March 22 reportedGeorgian Channel One reported that a fight broke out between the deputies of the ruling majority and the opposition at the plenary session of the Georgian Parliament. According to the channel, Viktor Japaridze, a representative of the People’s Power party loyal to the country’s leadership, used physical force against independent MP Tariel Nakaidze.
Before reportedopposition party “New Political Center – Girchi” held a rally against compulsory military service near the Georgian Parliament building in the center of Tbilisi.
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