There were chaos in Parliament on Wednesday afternoon, as MPs engaged in a fist fight during debate on the controversial Political Parties (Amendment) Bill, 2021.
Luanda MP Chris Omulele who was leading the meeting Mbadi shamefaced of offense subsequent to hitting Koros directly upside the head.
Addressing the press, Mbadi accused the decision saying the speaker singularly showed up at the choice without following the standing requests.
As indicated by Mbadi, Koros was affirming on progressing for a missing part notwithstanding being exhorted against the move by the agents.
"At the point when I advised him to leave likewise the part charged at me and he really smelled my cutlet,"Mbadi said.
He guaranteed the MP smelled his wastes making to a draining wreck. He'd his right ring cutlet covered with an earthy colored Elastoplast.
Proviso Six which is at the Center of the Bill tries to among others give for method followed for the enlistment of an alliance ideological group.
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