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Drama in parliament: Fight broke out

dramatically broke a fight out in Taiwan's parliament on Monday morning.

A barricade had been put up by the opposition Kuomintang. The party had occupied the parliament and protested against it, they believe, is tyranny from the government.

the Fight broke out as politicians from the country's ruling party, Democratic Progressive Party, broke the barricade down. It writes multiple media, including Reuters.

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the Opposition party the Kuomintang has demonstrated since Sunday. Photo credit: Ann Wang/Ritzau Scanpix

A fight broke out when the ruling politicians broke the barricade down. Photo credit: Ann Wang/Ritzau Scanpix

'this year is the Tsai-the administration was more tyrannical than ever before,' writes the opposition party in a press release.

They further wrote that the government's tyranny, leaving them with no other choice than to occupy the building and to require a parliamentary boycott.

About 20 politicians from the party Kuomintang broke into in the night shelter and darkness and put a barricade up by the use of chairs and chains.

As the politicians from the incumbent government had forced entry to the house, played a sensational scene.

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the Ruling party believes that the barricade is to step on its own mps. Photo credit: Ann Wang/Ritzau Scanpix

the Kuomintang has recently got a new president who is trying to win support among the people. Photo credit: Ann Wang/Ritzau Scanpix

There were shouted and screamed, and the new president of the opposition party, Johnny Chiang, fought for, that they could hold the position.

a Short time after he was back on the floor where the incident took place.

After the match developed the scene into a more peaceful protest, where the opposition stood and shouted slogans.

the Kuomintang ended up having to withdraw, but condemned their medparlamentarikere to have used violence against them.

- It is a very dangerous thing. You can't treat your political colleagues on the way, says Wayne Chiang, who is representing the Kuomintang in the parliament.

the Ruling party is certainly not enthusiastic about the protest. The and the presidential office condemns Kuomintangs action.

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