Iceland: Early vote counts suggest centre-right punished with Left-Green in second place

Early polls suggest that Icelandic voters have rejected the centre-right government after a succession of political scandals, in Reykjavik, Sunday. Katrin Jakobsdottir and her Left-Green party, which she leads, are expected to come in second place with 17 percent of votes and the Independence party, the main party of the outgoing government, at 26 percent of votes. Independence party leader... Еще, Prime Minister Bjarni Benediktsson, called a snap election on the back of a scandal caused by his father's attempt to vouch for a convicted paedophile, causing the coalition to collapse.

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