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Woman MP slapped, scuffle in Senegal’s parliament; the chairs also moved

There was a controversy over slapping a female MP in the Parliament of African country Senegal. The incident is of 2 December. An MP slapped a woman MP. After this, the angry woman minister threw a chair at him. After this, there was a fight between the two MPs.

Now know the reason for the ruckus in the Parliament…

The budget session was going on in the Parliament. During the proceedings, female MP Emi Ndiye Ganibi of the ruling party Benno Bokk Yakar (BBY) criticized a spiritual leader who opposes President Macky Sall’s third term. Opposition party MP Massata Samb did not like this thing. He got up from his seat and slapped Ganibee.

Regarding the criticism of the spiritual leader, MP Massata Samb said – An MP has insulted the spiritual leader. this is wrong. The woman MP did not take this matter seriously. He avoided it while taunting. Samb did not like this and slapped the woman.

Trump’s speech was torn by the speaker of the US Parliament

This is not the first time that there has been an uproar in the Parliament of a country. During the proceedings in 2020, the speaker of the US Parliament, Nancy Pelosi, tore the speech of the then President Donald Trump. According to The Guardian’s report, Pelosi described Trump’s speech as a ‘manifesto of no confidence’. Because of all these controversies, Donald Trump also called Pelosi “Crazy Nancy”.

Jutam Pazar was held in the Parliament of Ghana

During the debate on a bill in the Parliament of Ghana, the dispute between the government and the opposition escalated to such an extent that there was a lot of kicking and punching. The video of this footwear went viral on social media. When the scuffle between the MPs did not stop, the marshals deployed in the security came in between and tried to control the situation. Some MPs also tried to intervene.

Violence in the US Parliament, Trump was sitting and watching

Former President Donald Trump was defeated in the 2020 presidential election in the US. After this, on January 6, 2021, Capitol Hill (US Parliament) was attacked by his supporters. It was considered an attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Trump remained a mute spectator in this entire violence.