Iceland’s election saw them becoming the first European country to have a female majority in parliament
Iceland looked to have elected a woman-majority parliament but a recount of votes in one of the constituencies showed there…
Iceland looked to have elected a woman-majority parliament but a recount of votes in one of the constituencies showed there will still be more men than women in the chamber, according to state broadcaster RUV.
Iceland appeared to have elected Europe’s first women-majority parliament, but a recount of votes showed that there will be more men than women in the chamber after all.
Iceland believed briefly Sunday it had become the first country in Europe to have a women-majority parliament after its election a day earlier, but a recount showed it fell short, an election official told AFP.
What people are saying?
Kara Auren Comments don’t appear to be from Iceland & Nordic countries, where equality is reality, so spare some pity. It’s hard to imagine something you’ve never had. People content themselves with poor governance, poor environment, poor working conditions, because they know no better.
AFRICIS People are elected when the electorate is satisfied they qualify,not because gender equality must be achieved by all means. If the voters say no, you can’t force.