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Bright Future Wants Reform Party to Lead

At a meeting with Icelandic President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson today, Ótarr Proppé, chairman of Bright Future, suggested that Reform Party Chairman Benedikt Jóhannesson be given the mandate to form a government, reports. He supported his suggestion by pointing out that just like Bright Future, the Reform Party is a reformative centrist party.

Bright Future received 7.2 percent of the vote in Saturday’s parliamentary election, or four MPs, while the new Reform Party received 10.4 percent of the vote, or seven MPs.

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