A fist fight erupted today between ruling and opposition lawmakers in the Georgian parliament The brawl broke out when an argument over the composition of Georgian delegations in international institutions turned violent. The catalyst for the fight was when opposition member Akaki Bobokhidze’s swore in an address to ruling coalition MPs. Insults and swear words were traded in reply and then blows, as a mass brawl developed. A fight erupted between ruling and opposition lawmakers in the Georgian parliament on Friday. Some MPs went so far as to tear off microphones from desks they were seating at and use them as weapons to hit opponents. The Georgian parliament is located in Kutaisi, the country's second-largest city and 137 miles west of the capital Tbilisi. This is not the first time have gotten physical with each other.
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