Should Iceland be forced to repay debts?
People in Iceland have voted against a plan to repay debts to the UK and the Netherlands in the wake of the Icesave collapse. Do you agree with the result?
The British and Dutch governments want reimbursement for the 3.8bn euros (£3.4bn; $5.2bn) they paid out in compensation to customers in 2008. UK Chancellor Alistair Darling told the BBC the money would be repaid, if not for many years.
However, many Icelanders feel they are being penalised for the mistakes of the banking industry.
Are you surprised by the result? Are Icelanders being unfairly penalised for the mistakes of the banking industry? Is holding a referendum a good way to come to a decision? What next for Iceland and its debts after the rejection of the repayment plan?
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