The heated exchange developed into a wider brawl involving around 20 deputies in which chairs were reportedly used as weapons.
Reports say there were no serious injuries.
It's the second time in recent months that Georgian lawmakers have come to blows in parliament. On 2 December, deputies had a fight over a draft budget.
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