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Today, at noon, there was a protest in front of the Icelandic Parliament building.
Parliament is now about to agree to pay up the Icesave account - to Britain and Holland.
It is in the amount of 700 billion kronas .
A Professor at the Icelandic university, Mr. Hannes Holmsteinn Gissurasson, and member of the independence party, and great supporter of the financial system that collapsed last year, was also at the protest.
Protesters stopped him, as he was about to be interviewed by a Icelandic news paper.
He had to enter parliament and go out the back, for his security.
Here you can see a video from the protest .

Source: http://iceland-dori.blogspot.com/2009/08/protest-today-in-reykjavik-iceland.html
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I live in Iceland ,and have for some time been blogging about the Icelands Banking crisis. Also i take photos and videos. Have videos on youtube,and many from the Protests last winter in Reykjavik.

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