Katrín Jakobsdóttir, the leader of the Left-Green Movement, has been granted the mandate to form the next Icelandic government by President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson. Katrín met with the President earlier today […]
Iceland’s main centre-right party has remained the largest party after a snap election yesterday.
With the Icelandic election now less than a week away, here is a closer look at Bright Future; one of the Independence Party’s coalition partners until they quit last month, sparking fresh elections.
It is one month until Icelandic voters go back to the polls for the second time in a year to decide how they want to be governed for the (ideally) […]
Iceland is heading for its second snap election in a year after an alleged child sex abuse scandal involving the father of the Prime Minister brought down the coalition government. […]
Today is the Icelandic festive holiday of Þorláksmessa (Mass of St. Thorlak), where Icelanders will meet up with family and friends, and some will dare to eat the traditional dish of […]
It has now been three weeks since the Icelandic election results and coalition-building talks are well underway. However, Iceland still does not have a government. This blog will explain what’s […]
Today is the day that Icelanders go to the polls and decide what direction the country goes for the next four years. What’s so interesting about this election is that […]
In today’s profile of the major Icelandic political parties, we take a look at Bright Future. Although roughly the same age as the Pirate Party, the two parties have gone […]