The mouse stormed the parliament session, yesterday, Wednesday, which led some deputies to stand on chairs for fear of the animal, while others were calling for calm.
And it appeared in the video, which was published by several pages and social sites, how the session was proceeding normally while regional spokeswoman Marta Bousquet was giving her speech, before she was shocked and surprised after she spotted the mouse, about which eyewitnesses said that its size was huge.
The mouse’s intrusion into the session coincided with the preparation of lawmakers to vote on the appointment of socialist politician Susana Diaz to the Senate for the southern region of Spain.
Once the commotion was over, the deputies returned to the vote, with Susanna approved in the Senate.
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