European Parliament starts research to fight UKIP
The European Parliament, shall establish an investigation in to the hassle involving Thursday Steven Woolfe of the Uk independence party UKIP injured.
European parliament president Martin Schulz called the incident Friday “extremely seriously’, and that the investigative committee next week, an opinion has formed.
Woolfe was Thursday admitted to the hospital after a scuffle in the parliament in Strasbourg with a fractiegenoot, allegedly Mike Hookem. The candidate-the leader of UKIP fell some time later, unconscious after a “epilepsieachtige attack’. He showed in the course of the afternoon, knowing himself to feel.
“It goes without saying that such a some and violent behaviour in the European Parliament belong,” says Schulz. The code of conduct violated and the “regrettable” incident legal consequences, he writes.