The Landless People’s Movement have threatened to bring to parliament their own security personnel ‘complete with all commensurate personal protective wear and ammunition’ following an altercation between the party’s second in command Henny Seibeb and one of the police officers at parliament. The Namibia press agency quotes the LPM as accusing the police officers stationed at parliament of “protecting their Swapo Party ministers and Swapo Party government against criticism by unleashing their personal vendetta against LPM thereby inventing opportunities to engage in verbal and physical confrontation with the party”. “We shall not stand and observe how those Swapo deployed police officers and intelligence officers belittle us and intimidate our party personnel and invited quests,” the party wrote.