Centre-left wins Iceland election

BBC News – Iceland’s interim centre-left government has won a resounding victory in early parliamentary elections. The coalition secured 34 seats in the 63-member parliament – an increase of seven MPs from the previous election.  Iceland’s centre-right government resigned in January amid mass street protests following the country’s economic collapse.  Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir … told supporters the nation was “settling the score with the neoliberalism” and with the conservative Independence Party who “have been in power for much too long.”

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