Unnur Brá Konráðsdóttir has decided not to run on the Independence Party’s list in the Southern constituency. She explains this in a post on Facebook, but she had aimed for a parliamentary seat before the elections that will take place this autumn.
Unnur Brá took a seat in Alþingi the year 2009 and was an MP for the Independence Party in the Southern constituency for eight years.
“As you know, I did not get elected this year 2017 and in my mind for a long time there was no other option but to continue from where he left off and try to take back a secure parliamentary seat on the party’s list for the next election. But as time goes on, I feel that the mind has simply sought something else. “
She says she will miss meeting the people who will be in the way of MPs.
“To enjoy the privilege of being able to have errands in people’s workplaces and homes and get ideas and information directly about issues that burn people,” says Unnur Brá.
“As soon as I wish To the party’s candidates in the constituency of good luck in the upcoming primary election, I hope that the Independents are lucky enough to elect people who are guided by the freedom of the individual, unite us and work to create equal opportunities for all of us in this powerful constituency. I thank my supporters for being with me and for the invaluable trust and loyalty that have been shown to me over the years. “