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Independence Party given mandate to form Iceland government

by www.seattletimes.com
LONDON (AP) — Iceland’s president on Wednesday asked the center-right Independence Party to form a government after it won the biggest share of votes in the country’s election. President Gudni Th. Johannessson said giving a mandate to Independence Party chairman Bjarni Benediktsson was the “most viable option” for getting a stable government for the Atlantic […]
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