Published May 27, 2018 The Independence Party won the most seats last night in Reykjavík municipal elections, but what shape the next City Council majority will take is still up in the air. The final results came very close to the first numbers announced, when only 10% of the ballots had been counted. With 90,135 on the voter registry, a voter turn-out of 67.4%, and 60,422 votes counted, the final results for Reykjavík’s 23-seat City Council are such (bearing in mind City Council is also going from 15 seats to 23): S-list: the Social Democrats – 25.88%D-list: the Independence Party – 30.77%V-list: the Left-Greens – 4.58%P-list: the Pirate Party – 7.73%C-list: the Reform Party. – 8.16%F-list: the People’s Party – 4.25%M-list: the Centre Party – 6.13%J-list: the Socialist Party – 6.37%B-list: the Progressive Party – 3.17%R-list: the People’s Front of Iceland – 0.25%Þ-list: the Freedom Party – 0.25%E-list: the Icelandic National Front – 0.21%H-list: the Capital City List – 0.62%K-list: the Women’s Movement – 0.90%Y-list: the Men’s Movement – 0.34%O-list: Our City – Reykjavík – 0.39% By these results, the Social Democrat-led majority has fallen. However, there is still a ways to go before a new majority is decided. The… Read full this story
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