According to Iceland Review, Iceland could become the 29th member of the EU as early as 2011.
Odd to see “left-Greens” stated as the chief opposition against digestion:
The Social Democrat’s official policy has been generally favorable towards Iceland’s application the EU, while the Left-Greens have remained opposed to EU membership throughout the crisis. If the EU matter is put to national referendum, recent polling data indicates that the vote would be very close.
Capacent Gallup’s poll from January 18 shows that 38.3 percent of Icelanders would like to Iceland join the EU while 37.7 percent are against membership.