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    Protest tongiht in Reykjavik,in front of the parliement - video


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     ander went to parliament in Reykjavik, Iceland, last night to see throngs of peaceful protesters outside. People were banging drums 'so members of parliament can hear the people and their anger,' he said.
    - zdan, CNN iReport producer

    First day of winter time for parliement.
    And the Prime minister is holding a speach about the govermnet plans and policy about the Iceland .
    Outside there are many thousand of people protesting,and making a lot of noise.
    People are banging drums,oil drums,blowing horns and so on.
    They are angry , that the goverment is not helping the public,the man on the street.
    But instead,they are helping the Banks ,companys and CEO´s.
    They have been writing of big loans to Ceo´s ,former Ministers,and more.
    But the public , with their loans on their houses and automobiles,the have to pay more that they should.
    You can see on the photos and videos ,how many attended in front of the parliement building.
    People are still there, and the protest is peaceful.
    But they are making a lot of noise,and members of parliement can hear the public inside the building.

    People want the current parties,all four ,out,and vote for new ,honest and intelligent people to control and fix ,what the former poiticians have done.
    What happened in 2008 - what is called the Banking crash, is the politicians that where in parliement then,fault.

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