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Accusing the Socialist Party-led government of corruption, the opposition MPs demanded the establishment of a commission to investigate corruption and staged an extraordinary action in parliament.

The opposition MPs first turned the chairs upside down and piled them in the center of the hall where the session was being held.

Ruling party deputies could not sit down
The ruling party MPs, who could not find a place to sit when they entered the hall, stood for a while and then brought chairs from other rooms and sat down.

They threw smoke bombs

Opponents threw two smoke bombs after the start of the session, filling the parliament with smoke.

Session adjourned

Parliament Speaker Lindita Nikolla adjourned the session after the incident.

Nikolla announced that the time of the next session will be announced in a few hours.