“The government put the money in this fund after it was closed specially,” said Sigurður and added that it was the decision of the Minister of Finance and the Prime Minister. He said that this was not done for any other funds.
Sigurður said it was clear that bank was already thought of as a property of the government at that time and the government did not want a fund closed that had a member of the Parliament as a guarantor.
Visir has tried to get in contact with Illugi Gunnarsson tonight with no results.
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