Iceland’s center-right seeks to govern as Pirates hail gains

The Pirate Party of Iceland had historic results in this year's election. "The Pirates — anti-authoritarian advocates of direct democracy and digital freedom — almost tripled their vote share from 5 percent in 2013 to 14.5 percent, and will get 10 seats in Iceland's parliament, the Althing." Read the full story from the AP here.
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