Iceland Parliamentary elections
Parliamentary elections were carried out in Iceland on 25th September 2021 to elect members of parliament.
It has emerged that women are more than men in the just ended parliamentary elections.
This makes Iceland the first European country to have more women than men in parliament.
In the 2017 elections, the independent party lost 5 seats and was reduced to 16 whiles the reform party lost three to win 4 and bright future was eliminated.
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The social-democratic alliance gained 4 seats to win 7. The progressive also remains 30 with 8 seats and the pirates’ party also lost 4 seats and was reduced to 6.
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