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Iceland remains in political deadlock after negotiations to form a coalition government broke down on Tuesday, more than three weeks after a snap election triggered by the Panama Papers scandal.Alongside the Reform Party (seven seats) and Bright Future Party (four), the coalition would have had the narrowest possible majority in the 63-seat national assembly.Independence was part of the previous coalition government that collapsed when the Progressive Party suffered a drubbing in last month's election, losing 11 of 19 seats, thus leaving the governing coalition short of a majority.
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