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More than 80 percent of Icelanders want referendum on EU talks

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March 1, 2014
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“More than 80 percent of Icelanders want the government to ask them directly in a referendum before it breaks off European Union membership talks, a survey indicated on Friday. The zealously independent north Atlantic island with a population of 320,000 only began to consider EU membership seriously after a credit crunch brought down its three biggest banks in the space of a week in 2008, sending the economy into meltdown.”

Source: More than 80 percent of Icelanders want referendum on EU talks: poll | Reuters

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