Is Iceland on Its Way into the EU?

The election on Saturday could be historical in more than one way. The left-wing parties that form the current coalition government won a clear majority. This would seem to be a clear indicator that the two parties would continue their cooperation into the new term. But there are some issues on which they disagree.

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Iceland‘s Government Reelected

After considerable delays and an unusually long election night, all ballots have finally been counted. The coalition parties, the Social Democratic Alliance and the Left-Green Movement, carried through with a majority in parliament (34 MPs out of 63) and could remain in government.

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