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Iceland leans toward leftist government
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Icelanders voted in favor of a left-leaning four-party coalition in parliamentary elections, a final vote count showed Oct. 29, although it remained unclear who would get a mandate to form the next government.
Icelanders voted in favor of a left-leaning four-party coalition in parliamentary elections, a final vote count showed Oct. 29, although it remained unclear who would get a mandate to form the next government.
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