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Iceland's left-right coalition agrees to take another term

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By Reuters

<div> <p><span class="caps">COPENHAGEN</span> – Iceland’s current government coalition, consisting of three parties from the left to the right, has agreed to continue for another term after they bolstered their majority in a recent general election</p> <p>Katrin Jakobsdottir of the Left-Green Movement will stay on as Prime Minister of the government, which has provided a period of stability since 2017 after years of political scandals and distrust of politicians following the 2008 financial crisis.</p> <p/> </div>