Join the news democracyWhere your votes decide the Top 100
A physical confrontation between politicians has occurred for the second time in a week in Turkey's parliament with one falling down a short flight of stairs.
Members from the ruling and opposition parties exchanged punches yesterday in a clash over a controversial bill to give police officers more power against protesters.
A similar incident occurred on Tuesday evening leaving five people injured and two left with head wounds from a "ceremonial gavel", according to the Guardian.
The opposition party strongly opposes the bill fearing it will effectively lead to a police state under the increasingly authoritarian president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
More: Picture of Ukraine MPs brawling has Renaissance art proportions
More: Boxing Day brawl breaks out in Georgian parliament
More: Someone put a hip hop beat over PMQs, turned it into a big, posh rap battle