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In Bolivia’s parliament, women MPs of opposition and opposition fiercely fought, kicked and punched, pulled each other’s hair

Bynewshuntexpress

May 24, 2023
In Bolivia’s parliament, women MPs of opposition and opposition fiercely fought, kicked and punched, pulled each other’s hair

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Minister Eduardo del Castillo was presenting a report on the arrest of the governor of the Santa Cruz region in December. Then the opposition leaders started raising slogans.

 

Bolivian lawmakers clash

There was a fierce ruckus in the South American country Bolivia’s parliament on Tuesday. There was fierce kicking and punching between the women MPs in the Parliament. During this, there was a flurry of hair pulling among the women MPs. The video of this incident is becoming very viral on social media.

Ruling party minister Eduardo del Castillo was presenting a report on the arrest of Santa Cruz region governor Luis Fernando Camacho in December, reports AFP news agency. During this, the opposition leaders started raising slogans in the Parliament.

Opposition leaders also displayed banners with pictures of Minister Castillo. Slogans against Minister Castillo were written on them. Seeing this, the MPs of the ruling party started tearing the banner. On seeing this, about 20 MPs clashed with each other. During this, there was a fight between them for several minutes.

Earlier in Parliament, Minister Eduardo del Castillo justified the arrest of Santa Cruz Region Governor and opposition leader Luis Fernando Camacho. When the opposition MPs started creating ruckus, del Castillo called them radical, violent. After this the dispute went on increasing.

The opposition leaders raised slogans and said that if there are political prisoners in a country, then there is no democracy there. This dispute stopped only when many MPs were injured in the fight. After this the meeting was terminated without any result.

According to the report, the opposition in Bolivia claims that there are about 180 political prisoners in custody. The leftist government has jailed prisoners accused of supporting an alleged coup against former President Evo Morales in 2019 and backing his successor, Jeanine Anez.

Even two years ago, one such video went viral from Bolivia itself, in which a fierce fight was seen between two leaders in the Parliament. Henry Montero and Antonio Gabriel threw a lot of punches at each other.

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