The new Rules of Procedure were voted, after the incidents Krmov and Apasiev voted against

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The new Rules of Procedure of the Parliament were voted tonight. Out of 83 MPs, no one abstained, and two were against it, Borislav Krmov and Dimitar Apasiev. The parliamentary day passed in a tense atmosphere followed by incidents in which the two MPs of the Left, Krmov and Apasiev, reacted violently and scattered their over 2 unaccepted amendments, and destroyed two monitors and part of other technical equipment.

The President of the Assembly, Talat Xhaferi then said that material damage was done at today's session and the work system in the plenary hall was disabled.

"The sessions of the Assembly will take place in the Cupola Hall until the damage is removed," Xhaferi said.

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