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- Tags: corruption
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The people of Iceland forced their corrupt government to resign.
A public assembly was created to rewrite the constitution.
The banks were nationalized, it was decided not to pay the debt that PRIVATE banks…
Gudrun Petursdottir, former chairwomen of the constitutional committee, presents the innovative process Iceland created to reform its constitution.
Gudrun Petursdottir, ancienne porte-parole du comité…
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