Venezuela MPs in punch-up over disputed election
Fistfights have broken out in Venezuela's parliament over the recent disputed presidential election.
Several legislators were left bloodied and bruised, with both opposition and pro-government lawmakers accusing each other of starting the fight.
A measure was earlier passed denying MPs the right to speak until they recognised Nicolas Maduro as president.
Emily Buchanan reports.
- 1 May 2013
- BBC News