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October 01, 2010
Iceland's First Lady Dorrit Moussaieff (2nd L), Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (3rd L), President...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Members of Iceland's government walk to seek shelter as protesters fling dairy products during a rally...
Iceland's First Lady Dorrit Moussaieff (2nd L), Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (3rd L), President of Parliament Asta R. Johannesdottir (4th L), Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson (5th L), Foreign Minister Ossur Skarphedinsson (6th L) and other members of parliament walk to seek shelter as protesters fling dairy products during a rally outside Iceland's parliament in Reykjavik October 1, 2010. Around 2,000 people protested in front of parliament, voicing dissatisfaction with, among other things, a recent parliamentary vote that saw three of four ministers recommended for facing charges of negligence escaping any charges. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
ICELAND-ICESAVE/UNCONSTITUTIONAL
RTR28JU8
January 05, 2010
Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (C) speaks as Iceland's Finance Minister Steingrimur...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's PM Sigurdardottir speaks as Iceland's Finance Minister Sigfusson listens during a news conference...
Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (C) speaks as Iceland's Finance Minister Steingrimur J Sigfusson (L) listens during a news conference in Reykjavik January 5, 2010. Sigurdardottir said on Tuesday that it was "debatable" whether the island's president had overstepped his legal bounds when forcing a referendum on the Icesave issue. Earlier on Tuesday, the Icelandic president refused to sign into law a bill to repay more than $5 billion lost by savers in Britain and the Netherlands, calling for a referendum and stirring fresh turmoil in the crisis-hit country. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
ICELAND/
RTR276NW
August 28, 2009
Iceland's Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson (L) smiles as he sits next to Minister of Transportation...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's Finance Minister Sigfusson smiles during voting on the controversial Icesave bill in Reykjavik...
Iceland's Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson (L) smiles as he sits next to Minister of Transportation Kristjan Moller (C) and Minister of Education Katrin Jakobsdottir during voting on the controversial "Icesave bill" in Reykjavik August 28, 2009. Iceland's parliament on Friday passed a bill to repay Britain and the Netherlands more than $5 billion lost in Icelandic deposit accounts, a move seen paving the way for further aid to repair the crisis-hit economy. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND BUSINESS ELECTIONS POLITICS)
ICELAND/
RTXECGQ
April 24, 2009
Iceland's Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson is photographed by media before the start of a televised...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Icelandic Finance Minister is photographed by media before the start of a televised election debate in...
Iceland's Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson is photographed by media before the start of a televised election debate in Reykjavik April 24, 2009. Icelanders will go to the polls in parliamentary elections on April 25. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND POLITICS MEDIA ELECTIONS)
ICELAND/
RTXECGK
April 24, 2009
Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (L) talks with Finance Minister and leader of the Left-Green...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's Prime Minister Sigurdardottir talks with Finance Minister and leader of the Left-Green party...
Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (L) talks with Finance Minister and leader of the Left-Green party Steingrimur Sigfusson before the start of a televised election debate in Reykjavik April 24, 2009. Icelanders will go to the polls in parliamentary elections on April 25. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ICELAND/
RTXECGD
April 24, 2009
The moderator of a televised election debate explains the rules to candidates from Iceland's seven leading...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Moderator of a televised election debate explains the rules to candidates from Iceland's seven leading...
The moderator of a televised election debate explains the rules to candidates from Iceland's seven leading political parties in Reykjavik April 24, 2009. Pictured (L-R) are Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson, Chairman of the Progressive Party, Astor Magnusson Wium, Democratic Movement party,
Bjarni Benediktsson, chairman of the Independence Party,
Tor Saari, Civil Movement Party,
Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir, Social Democrat Party,
Guojon Kristjansson, Chairman of the Liberal Party and
Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson, Left-Green Party. Icelanders will go to the polls in parliamentary elections on April 25. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ICELAND/
RTXECFR
April 24, 2009
Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (L) and Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson await...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's Prime Minister Sigurdardottir and Finance Minister Sigfusson await the start of a televised...
Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (L) and Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson await the start of a televised election debate in Reykjavik April 24, 2009. Icelanders will go to the polls in parliamentary elections on April 25. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ICELAND/
RTXECFI
April 24, 2009
Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (L) talks with Finance Minister and leader of the Left-Green...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's Prime Minister Sigurdardottir talks with Finance Minister and leader of the Left-Green party...
Iceland's Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir (L) talks with Finance Minister and leader of the Left-Green party Steingrimur Sigfusson before the start of a televised election debate in Reykjavik April 24, 2009. Icelanders will go to the polls in parliamentary elections on April 25. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND POLITICS ELECTIONS)
ICELAND/
RTXEC4N
April 24, 2009
Iceland's Finance Minister and leader of the Left-Green party Steingrimur Sigfusson poses following an...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's Finance Minister Sigfusson poses following an interview in Reykjavik
Iceland's Finance Minister and leader of the Left-Green party Steingrimur Sigfusson poses following an interview in Reykjavik April 24, 2009. Sigfusson told Reuters in an interview on Friday that he thought unemployment, at 8.9 percent in March, had levelled off. Icelanders will go to the polls in early elections on April 25. REUTERS/Bob Strong (ICELAND POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
ICELAND/
RTXB4RD
February 02, 2009
(L-R) Katrin Jakobsdottir, candidate for Minister of Education, Steingrimur J Sigfusson, candidate for...
Reykjavik, United Kingdom
News conference by the new government in Iceland
(L-R) Katrin Jakobsdottir, candidate for Minister of Education, Steingrimur J Sigfusson, candidate for Minister of Finance, Johanna Sigurdardottir, candidate for Prime Minister, and Ingibjorg Solrun Gisladottir, Leader of The Social Democratic Party, announce a new centre-left coalition government in Reykjavik February 1, 2009. Iceland named its prime minister and finance minister on Sunday in a new centre-left coalition that vowed to overhaul the central bank and look at membership of the European Union to ease a financial crisis. Sigurdardottir, from the Social Democratic Alliance, will become prime minister to be joined by Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson, leader of coalition partner the Left-Green Party, the parties said. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTXB4QR
February 02, 2009
Johanna Sigurdardottir from the Social Democratic Alliance announces a new centre-left coalition government...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Johanna Sigurdardottir from the Social Democratic Alliance announces a new centre-left coalition government...
Johanna Sigurdardottir from the Social Democratic Alliance announces a new centre-left coalition government in Reykjavik February 1, 2009. Iceland named its prime minister and finance minister on Sunday in a new centre-left coalition that vowed to overhaul the central bank and look at membership of the European Union to ease a financial crisis. Sigurdardottir will become prime minister to be joined by Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson, leader of coalition partner the Left-Green Party, the parties said. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTXB4M2
February 01, 2009
Iceland's new Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson leaves the Presidential Residence in his old Volvo...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's new Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson leaves the Presidential Residence in his old Volvo...
Iceland's new Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson leaves the Presidential Residence in his old Volvo 144 in Reykjavik February 1, 2009. Iceland named a new interim centre-left government on Sunday which promised to rebuild its shattered economy while cushioning its people from the worst of the crisis. With Left-Green leader Sigfusson as the new finance minister, the government said in a statement it would also set up a monetary policy commission to take decisions on interest rates, bank reserves and cash requirements. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTXB4LL
February 01, 2009
Members of Iceland's new government pose at the Presidential Residence in Reykjavik February 1, 2009....
Reykjavik, Iceland
Members of Iceland's new government pose at the Presidential Residence in Reykjavik
Members of Iceland's new government pose at the Presidential Residence in Reykjavik February 1, 2009. (back row L-R) Minister of Education Katrin Jakobsdottir, Minister of Justice Ragna Arnadottir, Minister of Environmental Affairs Kolbrun Halldorsdottir, Minister of Social Affairs Asta Ragnheidur Johannesdottir, Minister of Health Ogmundur Jonasson, and Minister of Commerce Gylfi Magnusson. (front row L-R) Minister of Communications Kristjan Moller, Minister of Industry and Foreign Affairs Ossur Skarphedinsson, Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir and Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTXB4L2
February 01, 2009
Members of Iceland's new government pose with President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson in the Presidential Residence...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Members of Iceland's new government pose with President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson in the Presidential Residence...
Members of Iceland's new government pose with President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson in the Presidential Residence in Reykjavik February 1, 2009. (L-R) Minister of Commerce Gylfi Magnusson, Minister of Environmental Affairs Kolbrun Halldorsdottir, Minister of Social Affairs Asta Ragnheidur Johannesdottir, Minister of Industry and Foreign Affairs Ossur Skarphedinsson, Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir, President Grimsson, Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson, Minister of Communications Kristjan Moller, Minister of Health Ogmundur Jonasson, Minister of Education Katrin Jakobsdottir and Minister of Justice Ragna Arnadottir. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
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RTXB4DP
February 01, 2009
Education Minister candidate Katrin Jakobsdottir attends a media meeting announcing a new centre-left...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Education Minister candidate Katrin Jakobsdottir attends a media meeting announcing a new centre-left...
Education Minister candidate Katrin Jakobsdottir attends a media meeting announcing a new centre-left coalition government in Reykjavik February 1, 2009. Iceland named its prime minister and finance minister on Sunday in a new centre-left coalition that vowed to overhaul the central bank and look at membership of the European Union to ease a financial crisis. Johanna Sigurdardottir will become prime minister to be joined by Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson, leader of coalition partner the Left-Green Party, the parties said. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
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RTXB4DK
February 01, 2009
Finance Minister candidate Steingrimur J Sigfusson announces a new centre-left coalition government in...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Finance Minister candidate Steingrimur J Sigfusson announces a new centre-left coalition government in...
Finance Minister candidate Steingrimur J Sigfusson announces a new centre-left coalition government in Reykjavik February 1, 2009. Iceland named its prime minister and finance minister on Sunday in a new centre-left coalition that vowed to overhaul the central bank and look at membership of the European Union to ease a financial crisis. Johanna Sigurdardottir, from the Social Democratic Alliance, will become prime minister to be joined by Finance Minister Sigfusson, leader of coalition partner the Left-Green Party, the parties said. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTXB4DC
February 01, 2009
Johanna Sigurdardottir from the Social Democratic Alliance announces a new centre-left coalition government...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Johanna Sigurdardottir from the Social Democratic Alliance announces a new centre-left coalition government...
Johanna Sigurdardottir from the Social Democratic Alliance announces a new centre-left coalition government in Reykjavik February 1, 2009. Iceland named its prime minister and finance minister on Sunday in a new centre-left coalition that vowed to overhaul the central bank and look at membership of the European Union to ease a financial crisis. Sigurdardottir will become prime minister to be joined by Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson, leader of coalition partner the Left-Green Party, the parties said. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTXB4CV
February 01, 2009
(L-R) Katrin Jakobsdottir, candidate for Minister of Education, Steingrimur J Sigfusson, candidate for...
Reykjavik, United Kingdom
News conference by the new government in Iceland
(L-R) Katrin Jakobsdottir, candidate for Minister of Education, Steingrimur J Sigfusson, candidate for Minister of Finance, Johanna Sigurdardottir, candidate for Prime Minister, and Ingibjorg Solrun Gisladottir, Leader of The Social Democratic Party, announce a new centre-left coalition government in Reykjavik February 1, 2009. Iceland named its prime minister and finance minister on Sunday in a new centre-left coalition that vowed to overhaul the central bank and look at membership of the European Union to ease a financial crisis. Sigurdardottir, from the Social Democratic Alliance, will become prime minister to be joined by Finance Minister Steingrimur Sigfusson, leader of coalition partner the Left-Green Party, the parties said. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTXB3E8
January 31, 2009
Head of the Left-Green Party, Steingrimur J Sigfusson, makes an announcement in Reykjavik, Iceland January...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Head of the Left-Green Party, Steingrimur J Sigfusson, makes an announcement in Reykjavik
Head of the Left-Green Party, Steingrimur J Sigfusson, makes an announcement in Reykjavik, Iceland January 31, 2009. A new centre-left government for crisis-hit Iceland expects to take office on Sunday after securing key political support and aims to lead the country to an election in April, parties said on Saturday. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND)
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RTR23XPG
January 27, 2009
Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson (R), Chairman of the Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's President Grimsson and political leaders leave after news conference in Reykjavik
Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson (R), Chairman of the Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir (C) and Chairman of the Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson leave after a news conference in Reykjavik January 27, 2009. Grimsson called on the Social Democratic Alliance on Tuesday to form a new government with the backing of opposition parties to lead the island nation through a financial meltdown. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTR23XPD
January 27, 2009
Chairman of Iceland's Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir (R) listens to Chairman of the...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Chairman of Iceland's Social Democratic Alliance Gisladottir listens to Chairman of Left-Green Party...
Chairman of Iceland's Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir (R) listens to Chairman of the Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson after their meeting with the state's president in Reykjavik January 27, 2009. Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson called on the Social Democratic Alliance on Tuesday to form a new government with the backing of opposition parties to lead the island nation through a financial meltdown. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTR23XP7
January 27, 2009
Chairman of Iceland's Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir (L), Chairman of the Left-Green...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's President Grimsson and political leaders speak to the media during a news conference in Reykjavik...
Chairman of Iceland's Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir (L), Chairman of the Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson (C) and President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson speak to the media during a news conference in Reykjavik January 27, 2009. Grimsson called on the Social Democratic Alliance on Tuesday to form a new government with the backing of opposition parties to lead the island nation through a financial meltdown. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTR23XP3
January 27, 2009
Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson (R), Chairman of Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's President Grimsson and political leaders speak to the media during a news conference in Reykjavik...
Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson (R), Chairman of Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir (C) and Chairman of the Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson speak to the media during a news conference in Reykjavik January 27, 2009. Grimsson called on the Social Democratic Alliance on Tuesday to form a new government with the backing of opposition parties to lead the island nation through a financial meltdown. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTR23XOU
January 27, 2009
Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson (R), Chairman of Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Iceland's President Grimsson and political leaders speak to the media during a news conference in Reykjavik...
Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson (R), Chairman of Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir (C) and Chairman of the Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson speak to the media during a news conference in Reykjavik January 27, 2009. Grimsson called on the Social Democratic Alliance on Tuesday to form a new government with the backing of opposition parties to lead the island nation through a financial meltdown. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND/
RTR23XN2
January 27, 2009
Chairman of Iceland's Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir (R) and Chairman of the Left-Green...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Chairman of Iceland's Social Democratic Gisladottir and Chairman of Left-Green Party Sigfusson speak...
Chairman of Iceland's Social Democratic Alliance Ingibjorg Gisladottir (R) and Chairman of the Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson speak to the media during a news conference after meeting with the state's president in Reykjavik January 27, 2009. Iceland's president called on the Social Democratic Alliance on Tuesday to form a new government with the backing of opposition parties to lead the island nation through a financial meltdown. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND-LEFT GREEN/INTERVIEW
RTR23SDI
January 23, 2009
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Sigfusson speaks during an interview with Reuters in Reykjavik...
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson speaks during an interview with Reuters in Reykjavik January 23, 2009. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND-LEFT GREEN/INTERVIEW
RTR23SDE
January 23, 2009
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson gestures as he speaks during an interview...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Sigfusson gestures as he speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson gestures as he speaks during an interview with Reuters in Reykjavik January 23, 2009. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND-LEFT GREEN/INTERVIEW
RTR23SDA
January 23, 2009
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Sigfusson speaks during an interview with Reuters in Reykjavik...
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson speaks during an interview with Reuters in Reykjavik January 23, 2009. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND-LEFT GREEN/INTERVIEW
RTR23SD8
January 23, 2009
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson gestures as he speaks during an interview...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Sigfusson gestures as he speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson gestures as he speaks during an interview with Reuters in Reykjavik January 23, 2009. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
ICELAND-LEFT GREEN/INTERVIEW
RTR23SD6
January 23, 2009
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson speaks during an interview with Reuters...
Reykjavik, Iceland
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Sigfusson speaks during an interview with Reuters in Reykjavik...
Chairman of Iceland's Left-Green Party Steingrimur Sigfusson speaks during an interview with Reuters in Reykjavik January 23, 2009. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (ICELAND)
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