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New Zealand PM thrown out of parliament

John Key was thrown out of the chamber by house speaker David Carter for failing to ignore a call to order

Baku. 11 May. REPORT.AZ/ Being New Zealand's prime minister granted John Key no special favours during a heated parliamentary debate.

Report informs citing the BBC, reprimanded for failing to ignore a call to order, he was thrown out of the chamber by house speaker David Carter.

Mr Carter said Mr Key had ignored several of his warnings: "He is to be treated no differently to any other in this house," Mr Carter said.

It is not the first time John Key has been thrown out of the chamber as PM.

Parliamentary records show he has been expelled on three other occasions while MP.

Now he is the first New Zealand prime minister to be ejected from the chamber: he follows in the footsteps of Helen Clark, in 2005, and before her, David Lange in both 1986 and 1987.

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