< img src=" https://cdn.mbl.is/frimg/8/93/893233.jpg "alt=" Birgitta Jónsdóttir" width=" 730" height=" 457"/ > Birgitta Jónsdóttir Eggert Jóhannesson” No matter how people feel about the European Union, this is of terrific issue,” states Birgitta Jónsdóttir, leader of the Pirate Party in Iceland on last night’s Brexit vote.
” I have myself been vital about how much authority and power is in Brussels now and this outcome will ideally make some modifications there,” she states to mbl.is adding that she feels people are extremely frightened by the outcome. “There are times of great unpredictability ahead and Europe is disintegrating. I do not think that’s a good idea in these times, those calling for Europe to break apart are extremists, both in France and the Netherlands. It has now also end up being clear that Northern Ireland and Scotland wish to stay in the EU.” She added that she’s afraid of the increase of extremism in Europe, “at a time when people ought to stick,” and points out the murder of British MP Jo Cox. “It’s upsetting for individuals of Britain, whichever way they voted, that such a rift has turned up within the nation.”
Asked whether she believes the vote will have an influence on Iceland she mentions that countless British travelers concern Iceland every year, something which may be impacted. Jónsdóttir feels that the Leave vote is unfavorable in the larges scale of things. “Noone wants to go back to the circumstance that reigned prior to the time of the EU.”
Pirate Partyin Iceland is back at the top of the surveys as the largest political celebration in Iceland. Elections are arranged for this coming fall..