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Moment Politician Heavily Punched Fellow MP On The Face In Parliament (VIDEO)

Kwabena Sowee 1 month ago 0

Politicians in Georgia started slapping hands during a legislative discussion on a contentious measure.

Aleko Eliashvili, the leader of the opposition, punched Mamuka Mdinaradze during her speech. Mamuka Mdinaradze is the leader of the Georgian Dream party and a politician who supports the “foreign agent” bill.

Several other lawmakers followed suit after the initial blow was delivered.

Later, people outside the parliament building applauded Elisashvili for his conduct.

Speaking to the news outside of the building, Elisashvili said: “I got beaten, but if it’s for Georgia, then so be it. F*** them! We must shove this law up their a**es.

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“There is no time for politeness, they are dragging us directly into Russia. We are either Georgians or slaves. And we are not slaves.”

Five opposition MPs have now been expelled from the Judiciary Committee hearing on the bill after the brawl: Giorgi Vashadze, Paata Manjgaladze, Ana Natsvlishvili, Levan Khabeishvili and Khatia Dekanoidze.

The controversial bill was introduced by the Georgian Dream party, and would require organizations that accept funding from abroad to register as “foreign agents” or face fines.

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However, the measure has sparked a strong outcry and created stress for Georgian nationals hoping to enlist in the EU.

Although the EU and other European nations reject the law, the nation has already strengthened its connections to Russia.

In the Georgian capital of Tbilisi, demonstrators hurled stones, Molotov cocktails, and pyrotechnics at police following the bill’s introduction last year.

But Givi Mikanadze, a Georgian Dream lawmaker, told national TV last year: “Georgian society absolutely deserves to know which organizations are being financed, from which sources.”

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More than 60 civil society organisations and media outlets have said they will not comply with the bill if it is signed into law.

Protestors outside of the parliament building on Monday, April 15, chanted: “No to the Russian law!”

Saba Gotua, an architect, told AFP: “Georgia’s society is strong enough not to allow the country to slide into Russian-styled authoritarianism.”

But the Georgian Dream party said the bill will combat “pseudo-liberal values” imposed by foreigners and promote transparency about foreign funding.

Watch the video below:

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