Opposition leader Lennox Linton was escorted out of Thursday's sitting of Parliament by a Sergeant at arms.
Linton was asked by the House speaker Alix Boyd-Knights to apologize to the house and upon refusal the Speaker requested the Sergeant at arms to escort Linton out of the house.
At Wednesday's sitting of Parliament, the Opposition Leader and House Speaker engaged in an altercation, which led to the opposition leader being asked to apologize which he refused.
This occurred during Linton's motion for a vote of no confidence against PM Roosevelt Skerrit for alleged mismanagement of the economy.
Meantime, MP for the Roseau North Constituency Danny Lugay was made to apologize to the country's finance minister, PM Roosevelt Skerrit for imputing improper motives.
The motive in question accused the PM of having an ATM machine placed in his office.
The PM quickly stood up in defence of this statement.
The Roseau North MP was made to apologize over 5 times in Thursday morning's sitting.
Lugay was not made to finish his budget debate as he was asked to take the seat, with about 5 minutes of his time left.
The House was also suspended for 10 minutes during Thursday morning's sitting after a member collapsed and had to seek medical attention.
The House of Assembly has been debating a motion to approve supplementary estimates of expenditure for the year 2015/2016 amounting to over EC 100 million.
The estimates were presented before the Parliament by PM Roosevelt Skerrit.
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