A member of Kenya’s National Assembly was left with a bloody eye on Wednesday after a brawl broke out among African nation legislators, according to a report.
After being injured, lawmaker Benard Koros complained to the assembly’s speeches in remarks shown on television, Reuters reported.
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“Mr. Speaker, we have been attacked in this house by the master of violence in this house,” Koros said according to the report. “Now I can not see, I can not vote.”
Interim spokesman Christopher Omulele said he had excluded lawmaker John Mbadi from the assembly for five days as punishment for hurting Koros, Reuters reported.
“It is discouraging and dishonest for members to behave in this way,” Omulele told his colleagues.
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Parliament was convened to vote on proposed amendments to a law on the conduct of political parties and the formation of alliances between parties, the report said.
As the temper flared up, lawmakers were heard arguing and quarrels arose among the group.