This file photo taken on April 7, 2016 shows Iceland's ex-prime minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson speaking to journalists as he hands in his resignation to Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson in Reykjavik. / AFP / HALLDOR KOLBEINS /
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Iceland could hold a referendum on joining the EU if new negotiations on forming a coalition government are successful, the head of one of the three parties involved in the talks said Monday.Elections in October in which no party won a majority were followed by weeks of failed negotiations between the conservative Independence Party and the center-right Reform party and Bright Future.Bright Future leader Ottarr Proppe said new talks launched Monday have been more successful on the long-disputed issues of fishing and EU membership.
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