A brawl broke out in the Kenya Parliament Friday over a controversial security law.
The new law, backed by the president, allows security forces to hold suspects for up to a year without charges. The law also empowers a domestic spy force to carry out covert operations.
The bill was passed by the National Assembly, after the chaos.
Security was brought into parliament to protect the members.
A brawl broke out anyway.
The lawmakers danced and hugged after the bill was passed.