My tiny homeland way up north in the unforgiving Atlantic, Iceland, has parliamentary elections coming up on October 28. It’s Iceland’s second snap election in a row, after yet another scandal brought down the government This time around, a whopping 10 parties are fighting to get their representatives into the 63 seats of the world’s oldest parliament, Alþingi. The competition is fierce and it’s hard to get in the spotlight, so parties have to find creative ways to get the attention of voters — and nobody has done it better than the Social Democratic Alliance (SDA, Samfylkingin) which just released this masterpiece:…

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