A number of deputies traded punches in a brawl in Jordan’s parliament on Tuesday after a verbal row escalated when the meeting speaker known as on a deputy to depart, witnesses stated.
Reside footage on state media confirmed a number of MP’s punching one another whereas one deputy fell to the bottom as others shouted in chaotic scenes that lasted a couple of minutes.
Nobody was injured within the punch-up that started over the refusal of a member to apologise over unwarranted remarks throughout a session to debate proposed amendments to the structure.
“There was a verbal shouting match that was a fist preventing by a number of deputies. The habits is unacceptable to our folks and harms our nation’s fame,” stated Khalil Atiyeh, a member of parliament who witnessed the session.
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