Brawl breaks out between Pan-African MPs over leadership voting

Leadership elections for the Pan-African parliament descend into chaos as lawmakers brawl over whether the presidency should be rotated by region. "No rotation, no elections", several lawmakers chanted, expressing a demand for regional rotation of leadership positions. At one point some MPs demanded the police be called in. The parliament sits for three weeks twice a year at its headquarters in Midrand, located between the South African capital Pretoria and Johannesburg.

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