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Woman put out of Senate
By Clint Chan Tack Wednesday, February 5 2014
DEBATE on a private motion on campaign finance reform in the Senate was interrupted when a woman had to be escorted out of the Parliament Chamber by police officers after she disrupted the sitting with her loud outbursts. The incident occurred at about 2.38 pm during the contribution of Independent Senator Anthony Vieira.
While he was speaking, the woman, Ruffina Ali, was heard saying repeatedly from her seat in the public gallery, “ I have a message for the Prime Minister.” On three occasions, she was cautioned by two policewomen to remain silent during the sitting. Vieira was forced to pause his contribution when the woman continued speaking. When the policewomen intervened to caution her, the woman shouted, “No minister will tell (me) to go outside.”
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