Fistfights in parliaments

In late 2011, the British newspaper Guardian ranked the most pugnacious of the parliaments of the world. Evaluation largely dependent on entertainment and major events. In the first place settled parliaments: South Korea, Taiwan, Ukraine, Italy, Russia and Turkey.





1. On 8 December 2010, Seoul, South Korea. Deputies of the South Korean opposition Democratic Party tried to prevent the adoption of the country's budget for next year. The conflict caused a controversial project to clean up the rivers. His voice opposition to block the adoption of the budget was not enough, so they are on the eve blocked all approaches to the conference room. In the hallway, the MPs have erected barricades of furniture. The fight started in the morning when the Speaker of the Parliament with the support of the ruling party tried to go to their workplace. As a result of a fight a few people were injured, and one deputy was hospitalized. He was hit on the head with a hammer. As a result, the parliamentary majority won. The vote and the budget for next year was prinyat.REUTERS




2. October 26, 2011. Rome, Italy. Claudio Barbato (left), member of the opposition Party of the Italian FLI, strikes Fabio Ranieri (right) from the "Northern League" in the parliament. The reason were the words of the head of the opposition party Gianfranco Fini. The politician said that the wife of Umberto Bossi, chairman of the party "Northern League", retired in 39 years. The issue of pension reform - one of the most painful in the country. Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, yielding to the pressure of Brussels, proposed to increase the retirement age from 65 to 67 let.REUTERS / Ansa / Giuseppe Lami




3. April 27, 2010. Kiev. Before the meeting of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, which could be ratified an agreement to extend the Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine, the Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn threw eggs deputies from the opposition. Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc and "Our Ukraine - People's Self-Defense" blocked the jobs his party members, who decided to support the agreement on Black Sea Fleet. BP Chairman Volodymyr Lytvyn took the risk to start a meeting. Soon, however, between deputies OU-PSD and Party of Regions, a fight broke out, and the deputies of the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc in the Gaza lit smoke shashku.SERGEI SUPINSKY / AFP / Getty Images




4. On 28 May 2007, Ankara. The deputy from the opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Tandoglu Sami Idris (right) and an unknown deputy from the same party beat Alim Tunc from the Justice and Development Party of Turkey (AK Party). Turkish parliament met to discuss a number of amendments to the kostitutsii relating to general and presidential vyborov.REUTERS / Anatolian / Nuri Kaynar




5. Feb. 9, 2006. Kyiv. Ukrainian deputies in parliament came to blows before the performance of President Viktor Yuschenko.SERGEI SUPINSKY / AFP / Getty Image



6. April 27, 2010. Kiev. Before the meeting of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, which could be ratified an agreement to extend the Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine, the Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn threw eggs deputies from the opposition. Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc and "Our Ukraine - People's Self-Defense" blocked the jobs his party members, who decided to support the agreement on Black Sea Fleet. BP Chairman Volodymyr Lytvyn took the risk to start a meeting. Soon, however, between deputies OU-PSD and Party of Regions, a fight broke out, and the deputies of the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc in the Gaza lit smoke shashku.SERGEI SUPINSKY / AFP / Getty Image



7. April 27, 2010. Kiev. Before the meeting of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, which could be ratified an agreement to extend the Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine, the Ukrainian Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn threw eggs deputies from the opposition. Security officials parasols are trying to protect the speaker from the "egg" ataki.SERGEI SUPINSKY / AFP / Getty Image



8. April 27, 2010. Kiev. During the discussion in Parliament of the agreement on extension of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine, deputies from the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc lit smoke shashku.SERGEI SUPINSKY / AFP / Getty Image



9. April 27, 2010. Kiev. During the discussion in Parliament of the agreement on extension of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine, deputies from the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc lit smoke shashku.GENIA SAVILOV / AFP / Getty Images



10. March 29, 2012. In the Turkish parliament a fight during the discussion of the draft law on education. The unpleasant incident occurred between a deputy from the opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) and Veli Agbaboy deputy from the ruling Justice and Development Party Mehmet Metinerom. The verbal sparring between parliamentarians turned into draku.REUTERS



11. On 26 October 2004, Taipei, Taiwan. Deputy Chen Cun, and (Chen Tsung-yi) of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party of Taiwan in the opposition throws a book. Those were not in debt. Deputies took out their lunch and began to throw food. The quarrel broke out during the discussion of allocation of 18 billion. US dollars on a war byudzhet.REUTERS



12. On 19 January 2007 in Taipei, Taiwan. Deputies are trying to get their fists up to the microphone parliament speaker Wang Jin-Pinya (Wang Jin-pyng) during a mass brawl broke out before the vote in favor of a controversial bill on the election of the highest authority on ostrove.REUTERS



13. On 8 May 2007 in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese deputies in Parliament are fighting over the disputed zakonoproekta.REUTERS



14. On 6 November 2003, Chang Shao-ho (Chung Shao-ho), far left, a deputy from the opposition People First Party deputy Guo beats Jan-chan (Kuo Jung-chung), on the table, from Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP ). DPP tried to block the meeting at which it was to answer the question about the embezzlement of special representative fonda.AFP PHOTO / HU Kuo-Wei



15. On 11 January 2007 Taipei Tayvan.Chen Hsien-chang (Chen Hsien-chung), the right of the Democratic Progressive Party and opposition leader Chen Chao-wound (Chen Chao-rung) got involved in a fight. They argued over the state budget for Ministertstva sluzhby.LIU HSIN-TEH / AFP / Getty Images



16. March 23, 2004. Taipei, Taiwan. Deputy Liao Feng-te (Liao Feng-teh), at the center of the Nationalist Party fights with Lin Feng-hsi (Lin Feng-hsi) of the Democratic Progressive Party. A fight broke out in the conference hall of the parliament building in Taipei because of attempts to amend the procedure for a recount in the presidential vyborov.REUTERS / Gi Chih-Sheng



17. On 7 February 2003 the State Duma, Moscow, Russia. Independent MP Alexander Fedulov (photo - right) suggested assessed as unsatisfactory work ethics commission, headed by the member of the faction "Unity" Galina Strelchenko. The MP said that the Commission is not enough to principled assessment of the actions and statements of a number of deputies, especially the Communist Party faction leader Gennady Zyuganov. This Fedulov in his statement called Zyuganov political prostitute. In defense of the Communist Party leader stood Communist deputy Vasily Shandybin (pictured - left), who calmly walked to Fedulov with a smile and suddenly struck to punch. Ensued draka.REUTERS / NTV



18. On 7 February 2003 the State Duma, Moscow, Russia. Independent MP Alexander Fedulov (photo - right) suggested assessed as unsatisfactory work ethics commission, headed by the member of the faction "Unity" Galina Strelchenko. The MP said that the Commission is not enough to principled assessment of the actions and statements of a number of deputies, especially the Communist Party faction leader Gennady Zyuganov. This Fedulov in his statement called Zyuganov political prostitute. In defense of the Communist Party leader stood Communist deputy Vasily Shandybin (pictured - left), who calmly walked to Fedulov with a smile and suddenly struck to punch. Ensued draka.REUTERS / NTV



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