Local Tai'an Shandong news, China
In Taiwan's parliament, opposition MPs fought and pelted opponents with pig intestines
The scuffle erupted amid heated debates over easing US pork import regulations.
For example, in August, Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen announced that from January 1, the government would allow the import of American pork containing ractopamine. It is a feed additive banned for use by pigs in Taiwan and the European Union.
The opposition claims that imports of such pork threaten human health.
The decision to import, in particular, is opposed by lawmakers from Taiwan's main opposition Kuomintang party.
On Friday, Prime Minister Su Tseng-Chang decided to deliver a report on this issue in parliament.
The opposition prepared for this event in advance: when the prime minister came to the podium, the deputies pelted him with pig intestines and other offal. They took the guts out of the buckets.
Thus, the deputies of the Kuomintang party tried to prevent the politician from speaking. Guts also flew at the opponents. Many MPs got dirty with pig entrails.
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