12 thoughts on “Ukrainian Parliament is at it again.

  1. Did anyone else notice the haircut on the grey haired dude in the top middle? It’s not everyday you get to see three separate mini mullets on a politician.

  2. And here I thought that Ukrainian parlament had been overly quiet for long time. It seems that Ukrainians are the exception for the law of uniting themselves in front of common enemy.

  3. Asian legislatures are setting the standards in this business:

    * Japanese parliamentarians literally [fight for peace](https://qz.com/504558/photos-japans-lawmakers-have-a-fistfight-over-pacifism/).

    * British people be noted, there are people in S Korea who [fight for the free milk for school children](http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/8175512/Fight-erupts-in-South-Korean-parliament-over-free-school-meals.html).

    * Our culture of legislative violence is recognized by the [BBC](http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-40640043) as a ‘way of life’.

    The Chinese and North Korean NPC seemed to be the only exceptions devoid of any conflict.

    edit: wording

  4. When Ukraine was under the shackles of Russia they fought one another in the parliament now that they are Independent they still fight. Ukraine has itself to sort out before starting more fire ups with their rival.

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