PICS: EFF stages Parliament protest

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  1. Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema is seen leaving Parliament. File photo: Nardus Engelbrecht
  2. EFF leader Julius Malema exchanges words with ANC Youth League national task team member Braam Hanekom while policemen break up a scuffle between EFF MPs and ANC members at Parliament. Photo: Nardus Engelbrecht
  3. Members of the Economic Freedom Fighters stood their ground and refused to leave the National Assembly after being ordered to do so by Speaker Baleka Mbete. Photo: Sapa
  4. Police in riot gear are seen outside the National Assembly at Parliament in Cape Town while Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema and EFF MPs refused to leave after being ordered to do so. Photo: Nardus Engelbrecht
  5. Policemen break up a scuffle between EFF MPs and ANC members at Parliament in Cape Town. Photo: Nardus Engelbrecht
  6. EFF MPs jostle with police after the National Assembly sitting was dramatically suspended last week. Photo: Jeffrey Abrahams
  7. The EFF remain alone in Parliament after the Speaker cleared the National Assembly. Photo: Jeffrey Abrahams
  8. Jubilant EFF MPs leave National Assembly after it was adjourned. Picture: Tracey Adams
  9. The EFF caused an uproar in National Assembly when they verbally attacked President Jacob Zuma. Riot police made a brief appearance after which Parliament sat again. Photo: Tracey Adams
  10. EFF leader Julius Malema leaves Parliament with his supporters in Cape Town. The National Assembly was brought to a halt as EFF MPs chanted "pay back the money" at President Jacob Zuma. Photo: Mike Hutchings

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