Inside the Political Scandal Rocking Iceland

Iceland’s Parliament was still in session on a Tuesday evening last November when six of its members ducked out to grab a beer at Klaustur, a nearby bar in downtown Reykjavík. While their colleagues were busy publicly discussing commodity and supplemental taxes, these MPs—four from the populist Centre Party and two from the disability rights-centered People’s Party—sat down in the far corner of the bar to discuss another agenda, one not fit for public consumption.

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