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Georgian lawmakers tussle in parliament after crackdown on foreign agent protesters

  • Georgian security forces employed water cannon, tear gas, and stun grenades against protesters outside parliament in response to the "foreign agents" bill, resulting in 63 detainments and 6 officer injuries.
  • Lawmakers in Georgian parliament engaged in physical altercations during the debate over the controversial "foreign agents" bill, with one pro-government member throwing a book at opposition legislators.
  • The violent crackdown on protesters led to chaos inside the chamber, encompassed by police using excessive force in response to the bill discussions considered authoritarian and Russian-influenced.
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