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As the dictatorship is increasingly emerging in Turkey, the battle arrives physically, more and more violently, also in Parliament.
A Turkish constitutional committee meeting descended into chaos when a verbal argument between the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and oppositional Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) spiraled out of control into a brawl.
At the center of the debate stand proposed amendments to the country’s constitution, aimed at stripping Turkish lawmakers of legal immunity. The motion is viewed by the HDP as an attempt by the authorities to pave the way for the prosecution of opposition MPs. (READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/7bma)