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Iceland elects ordinary folk to draft constitution

The sparsely-populated volcanic island is holding an unusual election Saturday to select ordinary citizens to cobble together a new charter, an exercise in direct democracy born out of the outrage and soul-searching that followed the nation's economic meltdown.

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Article 1: No private central banks.

Article 2: All government salaries permanently tied to lowest Icelandic wage.

Article 3: No borrowing that cannot be repaid within the term of the current administration.

Article 4: All voting members of the government to have their entire wealth in a blind trust during the term of office.

Article 5: Vote fraud is grounds for immediate removal from campaign, office, and a lifetime ban on further involvement with the government.

Article 6: The National Sovereignty shall not be subverted to larger globalist alliances.

Article 7: All prior claims against previous Icelandic governments are null and void.

Further recommendations to the Icelanders welcome.

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