The report conducted by an investigation committee of the Icelandic parliament, Althingi—which publication has repeatedly been postponed—is expected to be released around Easter in early April.
The Althingi parliament. Copyright: Icelandic Photo Agency.
The committee has investigated the events leading up to the banking collapse of October 2008 and the report will name the people involved.
Originally, the report was supposed to be released in November 2009 but then its publication was postponed until February 2010, Fréttabladid reports.
Then its release was postponed again and it was hoped it would become public before the Icesave referendum on March 6 but that turned out not to be the case.
It has been revealed that the report is more than 2,000 pages long and includes nine volumes. It will be printed in 3,000 copies. Annexes on topics such as ethics, media and economic history have already hit the printers.
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