Violent brawl erups in Turkish parliament
Scuffles erupted inside the Turkish parliament on January 11 during a heated debate over proposals to expand the executive powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Reuters reported lawmakers from the ruling AKP and opposition CHP parties brawled on the floor of Ankara’s Grand National Assembly of Turkey over the constitutional reform bill, which would give Erdogan the power to hire and fire government ministers.
Under the proposed new constitution, Erdogan could serve as president until 2029 after serving two five-year terms.
This video shows the scuffle inside the Turkish Parliament.
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