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The Landsdómur has 15 members: five Supreme Court justices, a district court president, a professor of constitutional law and eight people chosen by the Althing (Parliament of Iceland) every six years.
The court assembled for the first time in 2011, to prosecute former Prime Minister Geir Haarde for alleged gross misconduct in the events leading up to the 2008–2011 Icelandic financial crisis. On September 28, 2010, the Althing decided, by 33 votes to 30, to charge Haarde.
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