This evening , ( june 28 ) there was a celebration on that it is 35 years ( 1980 ) since the first female President was democratically here in Iceland .
And she was the first demratically elected President in the world.
Her name is Vigdis Finbbogadottir , and is now this year 85 years old.
There was a celebration in downtown Reykjavik , people made speaches and music was played in her honour.
Today at 18:30 , ( june 22 ) there was a protest in front of Parliament in Reykjavik. Those that can not hear ( deaf ) do not get any interpreter service more from the goverment . So
when they need to communicate with officials, baks, schools and so on ,
they can not communicate , beacuase they dont get the service of
Interpreters. Many look on this a human rights issue . Freedom of speach , but if you cant talk , and you get no interpeters , then you have lost your freedom of Speach . People
on Motorcycles came to their support , and the guy who is talking ,
says , that the Goverment must fix this , or they will be back , on
their bike , and make lots of noise , as you can hear on the video
Icelanders are celebrating a landmark today as 19 June 2015 marks the 100th annivercary of Womens right to vote in Iceland .
And today there was a celebration in front of the Parliament building in Reykjavik.
And former President and the first woman to be elected democratically President in 1980 , Vigdis Finnbogadottir , held a speach on the balcony on Parliament building.
Womens choir sang sogns , and in the end , a statue was unveiled of the first woman to be elected to parliament in 1922 .
Many thousand gathered today in downtown Reykjavik , to take part in the celebration .
Iceland Prime Minister , mr. Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, after holding a speach in Reykjavik , because of the Independence day , came out of the Goverment house , with others.
And they where opening information on the Goverment building , and Goverment seal ( heraldry ? ) over the door to the building .
Two ladies in dressed in national costume, and took the plastic of the placks.
And it says , that buidling was built between 1761 to 1771, and it was first a prison until 1813 .
It has been a goverment building since 1904 .
And you can hear in the end of the video , the people ,and the Prime Minister sing an old folk song , and i think is an ok singer .
Today in front of the Parliament buillding in Reykjavik , the " Free The Nipple Movement " went topless .
The "Free The Nipple" movement is getting bigger after a teen in Iceland was made fun of , showing a photo of her breasts to promote a "Free The Nipple" day at her college.
and as you can see see, the weather was excellent .