Former parliamentary member Ólína K. Þorvarðardóttir here touches on an often hidden subject in Icelandic society; corruption. People and parties with authority has a tendency to reward their next of kin and other party members. This is particularly true in such a small society as Iceland. Ólína writes about how this corruption presents itself in Iceland, people that have been badly affected by it and what could be done to mend and solve the problem.
Author Ólína K. Þorvarðardóttir
Publisher Skrudda, 2020
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