You may have noticed that people are still talking about the recent elections in Iceland. None the least because of a disputed recount of votes in the Northwest constituency. The cause being due to how the election system works in Iceland, the recount caused a chain reaction of changes related to how the 9 balancing seats in parliament were dealt out.
The legality of the Northwest constituency recount has been challenged formally as ballots were not sealed after votes had been counted initially. This is the first time such uncertainty regarding election results has come up and there are many stories accessible in the media.
This story by RÚV (the national broadcaster) maps out the mistakes that were apparently made.
RÚV has a news feed in English specifically about the elections as well as general news in English and Polish:
Useful election and democracy related links