Iceland's Prime Minister Resigns; Meanwhile, The Pirate Party Grows
The country's anti-establishment Pirate Party tripled its number of seats in Parliament, while the prime minister's party suffered big losses.By Lindsey Pulse | October 30, 2016
Iceland's election results are in, and Prime Minister Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson has stepped down.
Johannsson announced his resignation Sunday after his Progressive Party lost 11 seats in Iceland's 63-seat Parliament. The country's anti-establishment Pirate Party, however, tripled its number of seats.