Conservative Party (Iceland)
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|Politics of Iceland
The Conservative Party (Icelandic: Íhaldsflokkurinn) was a conservative political party in Iceland that existed from 1924 to 1929. It was the first right-wing party in Iceland, and formed in opposition to the agrarian Progressive Party and the left-wing Social Democratic Party. It supported the full independence of Iceland and separation from the Danish crown. In 1929, it merged with the Liberal Party to form the Independence Party, which has remained the dominant centre-right political party since its foundation.
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