Independence Party clawing back

Iceland’s left wing parties are holding their advantage in the country’s parliamentary elections, but the Independence Party are resurgent. At 03.00 63 percent of the votes have been reported and the Social Democrats are on course for 20 MPs, the Independence Party for 15, the Left Greens for 14, the Progressives are on course for nine MPs and the Citizens’ Movement for five.

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