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The Pirate Party is on the verge of winning power in Iceland

by Futures Centre, Oct 25
1 minute read

While women march away, the pirates are set to take over iceland:

The Pirate Party is about to take power in Iceland

The party that could be on the cusp of winning Iceland’s national elections on Saturday didn’t exist four years ago. Its members are a collection of anarchists, hackers, libertarians and web geeks. It sets policy through online polls – and thinks the government should do the same.

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