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Bolivia’s Parliament Wrestling Arena, fiercely kicked and punched between MPs; Even women did not lag behind

Bolivia's Parliament Wrestling Arena, fiercely kicked and punched between MPs; Even women did not lag behind

Bolivia’s Parliament Wrestling Arena, fiercely kicked and punched between MPs; Even women did not lag behind

Seeing the leaders fighting in Parliament, other leaders also reached there, but instead of freeing them, they also became a part of the fight. Two women MPs were also involved in this. It is seen in the viral video that along with men, women MPs are also beating each other.

La Paz: There was a fierce fight in the parliament of the South American country Bolivia. The video of this assault is going viral on social media. Actually, there was a debate going on in Parliament regarding the detention of the former President, when the leaders of the opposition and the ruling party clashed. Soon the Parliament turned into a wrestling arena. There was also a lot of scuffle between the women MPs of both the parties. The women pulled each other’s hair and threw punches.

Scuffle after argument

This incident of thrashing in Parliament took place on Tuesday when the debate on the detention of former interim President Jeanine Anez was going on. During this, there was a debate between opposition leader Henry Montero and Antonio Gabriel Colque, a member of the ruling MAS party. Within no time the debate increased so much that both the leaders left their seats and came to the middle of the house and started fighting.

Women MP pulled hair, rained fists

Seeing both the leaders being beaten up, other leaders also reached there, but instead of freeing them, they also became a part of the fight. Two women MPs were also involved in this. It is seen in the video that along with men, women MPs are also beating each other. The names of the women leaders are being told as Tatiana Anez de Cremos and Maria Alanoka. The security personnel of Parliament had to face difficulty in pacifying the matter.

Opposition made this allegation

Bolivia’s former interim president Jeanine Aez was detained in March. Opposition parties allege that the government is deliberately targeting the former president. There was a debate going on in the Parliament regarding this issue. As soon as this time the talk started whether Jeanine Anez had fraudulently in the elections and headed a provisional government? Opposition MPs got angry. From here, the matter of deteriorating and deteriorating reached till the beating. Jeanine is also accused of attempting a coup to overthrow former President Evo Morales.

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