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South Korean Lawmakers Lay the Smackdown During Parliament Session
A royal rumble breaks out during a South Korea parliament session over a budget bill.
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Dec. 8: Lawmakers of the ruling Grand National Party (GNP) scuffles with the main opposition Democratic Party as the GNP tries to pass next year's budget bill at the National Assembly plenary session hall in Seoul, South Korea. The standoff began Tuesday when the GNP attempted to unilaterally railroad the controversial bill through the parliament.

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Dec. 8: Members of the ruling Grand National Party (GNP) and the main opposition Democratic Party (DP) clash in front of the main hall of the National Assembly in Seoul, South Korea, as the GNP tries to enter the hall to deal with next year's budget bill. The standoff began Tuesday when the GNP attempted to unilaterally railroad the controversial bill through the parliament.

(AP)

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Dec. 8: Lawmakers of the ruling Grand National Party (GNP) scuffles with the main opposition Democratic Party as the GNP tries to pass next year's budget bill at the National Assembly plenary session hall in Seoul, South Korea. The standoff began Tuesday when the GNP attempted to unilaterally railroad the controversial bill through the parliament.

(AP)

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Dec. 8: Hong Young-pyo, a lawmaker of the main opposition Democratic Party, center right, climbs onto the parliament chairman's desk as the ruling Grand National Party (GNP) tries to pass next year's budget during the National Assembly plenary session in Seoul, South Korea. The standoff began Tuesday when the GNP attempted to unilaterally railroad the controversial bill through the parliament.

(AP)

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Dec. 8: Members of the ruling Grand National Party (GNP) and the main opposition Democratic Party (DP) clash in front of the main hall of the National Assembly in Seoul, South Korea, as the GNP tries to enter the hall to deal with next year's budget bill. The standoff began Tuesday when the GNP attempted to unilaterally railroad the controversial bill through the parliament.

(AP)

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Dec. 8: Members of the ruling Grand National Party (GNP) and the main opposition Democratic Party (DP) clash in front of the main hall of the National Assembly in Seoul, South Korea, as the GNP tries to enter the hall to deal with next year's budget bill. The standoff began Tuesday when the GNP attempted to unilaterally railroad the controversial bill through the parliament.

(AP)

South Korean Lawmakers Lay the Smackdown During Parliament Session

A royal rumble breaks out during a South Korea parliament session over a budget bill.

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