Iceland’s former Prime Minister Geir Haarde has been acquitted on the major counts in a trial probing his responsibility for the country’s economic collapse in 2008.
The 61-year-old was found guilty of failing to keep his Cabinet apprised of key developments through formal meetings, according to a ruling today from the Reykjavik-based Landsdomur court. Haarde, who won’t be punished, was acquitted on three other charges, including failing to check the expansion of...
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