Georgian Politicians Fight During Live TV Debate
Georgian Politicians fight during live television debateRadio Free Europe

Very often we come across debate sessions on television that turn ugly due to difference of opinion between the people who attend the shows. A recent video that shows two Georgian politicians getting involved in a fight during a live show has surfaced online. 

The rivals, Irakli Ghlonti, who is a member of the Reformists party, and Zaza Aghladze, Industrials party member, attended the debate show as parliamentary elections for the former Soviet Republic has been scheduled on October 8.

"Let me be clear, the position of [Union Of Industrialists leader] Gogi Topadze is to pour water on Russia's mill," said one of the politicians during the show. The other was quick to react to the statement made by his rival, "So you mean we are for sale?" asked the politician who began the physical fight by throwing a glass at the other one.

The situation soon turned ugly with the duo fighting each other, even when the TV host Maka Razmadze was trying to bring the situation under control.

Similarly, in the previous week, another fight between two politicians took place during a live show on TV network Qvemo Kartli in Georgia. 

Watch the latest video of Georgian politicians fighting on live debate show on TV here: