Chaotic scenes as Sierra Leone lawmakers brawl

By November 25, 2022News, World News

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A session of parliament in Sierra Leone descended into a brawl during a debate to consider proportional representation in the country’s next election.
The governing Sierra Leone People’s Party supports the move, but the opposition All People’s Congress believes it would be unconstitutional.
Chaotic scenes as Sierra Leone lawmakers brawl. Video, 00:00:42
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