That’s a real possibility, after conservatives failed to form a government coalition to head the parliament in the nation with the world’s oldest parliament.
And that could mean the next prime minister could be Birgitta Jónsdóttir [previously], cofounder of Iceland’s Pirate Party [Píratapartýið], and a woman who calls herself a poetician.
The Pirate Party in Iceland, who won seats in parliament earlier this year, have been asked to try to assemble a government coalition, after two other parties with more seats failed to do so.
The radical Pirate Party, headed by Birgitta Jonsdottir, was asked to form a government with other parties by the country’s president, Gudni Johannesson, AP reported Friday, citing the president’s office.
The two parties who came first and second in the parliamentary election in late October…
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