Election result in Greenland could jeopardize Kvanefjeld project

A snap election on April 6 focused on mining, fishing and the environment, saw Greenland’s Inuit Ataqatigiit (Community of the People party) secure 37% of the votes, giving it 12 seats in the 31-seat national assembly (Inatsisartut). Inuit Ataqatigiit opposes...

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