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Hundreds Protest in Front of Iceland’s Parliament

The organizations Nýtt Ísland (“New Iceland”) and Hagsmunasamtök heimilanna (HH; “The interest association of households”) called for a protest meeting on Saturday on Austurvöllur square in Reykjavík in front of the Icelandic parliament.

The parliament. Photo by Páll Stefánsson.

This is the fifth Saturday in a row that protestors have gathered on the square. Around 700 people attended the protest meeting last Saturday, Morgunbladid reports.

Protestors demand a correction of the principal of mortgages and the abolishment of indexation. Additionally, the organizations call for a national government (made up of all political parties) to rule the country.

Click here to read more about the series of protest.

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