A fight has nearly happened at the planning meeting of the Georgian parliament
At today's plenary session of the Georgian Parliament, a fight has nearly happened. As reported by the GHN, the oppositionists Jondi Baghaturia and representatives of CDM Giorgi Targamadze and Levan Vepkhvadze are responsible for this. The conflict arose because of the order of parliamentarians' speaches. So, after Targamadze's speech, Baghaturia came to the podium and tried to prove that Targamadze spoke out of turn, ahead Baghaturia.
Offended deputy appealed to the speaker David Bakradze for help in complying the order, and the speaker pointed out that Baghaturia even was not in the list of speakers.
With regard to a serious conflict between Baghaturia and the leaders of CDM, its cause was the tale about the so-called "blue fox".
Baghaturia said that the political debate in Parliament are artificial. He reminded the audience the story of cartoon "Blue Fox", in which the fox fell into a blue dye, and then claimed that she is special. Baghaturia compared some of his opposition colleagues with that fox.
Thereafter, the representative of CDM Vepkhvadze reproached Baghaturia that he does not even know what is "Blue Fox" - a tale by Orbeliani. After these charges Baghaturia broke down and began to sort things out loudly. The mandatories of Parliament came to aid the parties to the conflict.