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Iceland’s youngest president re-elected for second term

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Iceland's youngest president re-elected for second term

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Houdni Johannesson became President of Iceland at 48

Houdni Johannesson at the elections managed to repeat his success four years ago.

The current President of Iceland, Goodni Johannesson, won the next election held on Saturday, June 27. On Sunday, June 28, the local edition of Iceland Monitor reported.

According to him, Johannesson received 92.2% of the vote, and his rival Gyurmundur Franklin Jonsson – 7.8% of the vote. Earlier opinion polls showed that 93.5% of voters are ready to support Johannesson.

Johannesson was born on June 26, 1968 in Reykjavik and in 2016 became the youngest president since 1944, since the country gained independence.

Previously, only residents of Schengen countries could visit the country. They were supposed to serve 14-day quarantine.

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