Parliament Punchout: Ukraine Politicians Throw More Than Political Punches

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KIEV, Ukraine – Political fighting in some countries can get down and dirty, like what happens every now and then in South Korea’s parliament. In the USA, it’s not fists and phones, or even sticks and stones, but words your mama may not appreciate, like this little nugget from House Speaker John Boehner: “The House has done its job. Why don’t you go ask the Senate Democrats when they’re going to get off their ass and do something other than to vote ‘no’?” Two members of Ukraine’s parliament went at it with fists recently.

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