Icelanders have rejected a plan to pay back the British Government for money it lost over the collapse of the Icesave bank in 2008.Unfortunately, for Icelanders, this is not the end of the story. The Iceland government, in a desperate attempt to gain approval of the global elite, are busily attempting to negotiate a new plan that will force Icelanders to cough up the bucks to pay to the U.K.
Over 93% percent of voters cast ballots opposing the £3.5bn deal to compensate the British and the Dutch state, initial results showed...
The proposed deal would require each person to pay around £90 a month for eight years, and many Icelandic taxpayers say they cannot afford it..
It was unclear how many of the 230,000 registered voters cast a ballot, but public television reported a turnout rate of around 55% an hour before polls closed.
"The government of Iceland is confident that a solution acceptable to all parties can be achieved," it said in a statement.