Fists and pig guts fly in Taiwan’s parliament debate on US pork imports

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    Legislators from Taiwan’s main opposition Kuomintang (KMT) party threw pig guts and exchanged punches with other lawmakers in parliament on Friday as they tried to stop the premier, Su Tseng-Chang, from taking questions, in a bitter dispute over easing US pork imports. Subscribe to The Guardian on YouTube ► President Tsai Ing-wen announced in August that the government would, from 1 January next year, allow imports of US pork containing ractopamine, an additive that enhances leanness but is banned in the EU and China, as well as US beef more than 30 months old Taiwan politicians throw pig guts at each other in row over meat imports ► Support the Guardian ► Today in Focus podcast ► Sign up for the Guardian documentaries newsletter ► The Guardian ► The Guardian YouTube network: Guardian News ► Guardian Football ► Guardian Sport ► Guardian Live ► Guardian Culture ►

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