A quarrel in the Turkish parliament due to Erdogan's policy in Syria

A quarrel has occurred between members of the Turkish Parliament from the opposition Republican People's Party and the ruling Justice and Development Party, during a session on the situation in Idlib, Syria.

The quarrel broke out after AKP lawmakers protested the speech of Republican People's Party deputy Engin Okoche, in which he attacked Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's policy in Idlib.

After completing his speech, the Justice and Development Representatives gathered around Okoche, in protest against what was contained therein, but soon the matter turned into a mass fight, in which the deputies exchanged punches and kicks.

The footage showed some of the deputies fell due to the punches they were subjected to, while others fell due to the stampede.

The Turkish army had suffered unprecedented casualties during the past days, especially when it lost 34 soldiers last Thursday, in an air strike by regime forces.

Source: Agencies


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