Last week the Icelandic Supreme Court ruled the election to the Constitutional Assembly null and void.  One can naturally debate the reasons the Court cited (various administrative errors, e.g., ballot boxes not having locks) but I’m not particularly interested in arguing about those.  The interesting question, of course, is “What now?”  One option is to simply hold the election again.  Another option that has been voiced is to do without an election and having parliament simply appoint the members elected in the voided election. Continue reading