MP for The Movement Þór Saari submitted a parliamentary resolution for a vote of no confidence on the Social Democrat-Left Green ruling coalition. Þór has requested to the Speaker of Parliament that the issue be taken up by parliament tomorrow, ruv.is reports.
Þór has criticized the Icelandic government due to problems passing the constitutional bill despite the draft having been widely supported in last year’s referendum.
“Democratic reform promised in the lead-up to the elections has not been carried out,” Þór argued, adding that inequality in funding of parties still existed, while direct democracy was lacking.
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