The leader of Ukraine’s Radical Party, Oleg Lyashko, was punched in the face by Opposition Bloc Deputy Yury Boyko, in the parliament in Kiev on Monday.
Lyashko was speaking at a meeting of the Verkhovna Rada’s Conciliation Board, and accused Boyko of going “to Moscow’s regional committees, to get instructions in the Kremlin."
Then Boyko stood up and lashed out at Lyashko, hitting him in the face.
After the incident and it seems to calm down again, and people take their seat after the first brawl, Lyashko kindly asks for another swing.
Because fists started flying again when he said “I have a question to the Security Service of Ukraine, why do they [Boyko and Lyovochkin] go to Moscow, but are still not in jail?”
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