Árni Johnsen (born 1 March 1944) is an Icelandic politician from Vestmannaeyjar, representing the Independence Party in the Althing as a member of the South Constituency. In 2001 he was convicted of paying for personal property using government accounts and sentenced to two years in prison. After his release, he was re-elected. He annually leads singalongs at the festival Þjóðhátíð.
- Árni Johnsen ósáttur við að vera kallaður stórslys
- The Reyjavik Grapevine, July 25th - August 7th, 2003 "The highlight has always been the slope singalong, hosted by politician and artist Árni Johnsen, sort of Iceland´s Jeffrey Archer, who is currently in jail for corruption, but his release might be secured in time"
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