OPPOSITION INVOKES LAMENTATIONS AND RICHARD III AMID POLICE BILL FILIBUSTER

Seeking to delay vote on controversial legislation, lawmakers at the podium turn to Shakespeare, soccer talk and even to reading out text messages from concerned citizens

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