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Pirates get blasphemy decriminalised
The Icelandic Parliament ('Alþingi') has voted today to decriminalise blasphemy in Iceland.
As reported by Iceland Monitor in February this year, three Pirate Party MPs moved a bill before Alþingi to have the clause removed from the Icelandic Penal Code, in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris.
The three MPs took to the Alþingi lectern today, one after another, while the vote was under way and declared, "I am Charlie Hebdo."
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