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New Norway government news expected today. A decision on Norway’s next Cabinet will be announced in the course Monday, reports indicate. The four Centre-Right Parties recommenced talks after twelve days of negotiations. It will then be decided which will be included in the new coalition. Last Wednesday’s deadline was pushed back, and it is likely that today’s meeting will be cut short to allow consultations with their reference groups later in the day.

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New Norway government news expected today

Published on Monday, 30th September, 2013 at 13:52 under the news category, by Linn Schjerven.
Last Updated on 1st October 2013 at 18:44.

A decision on Norway’s next Cabinet will be announced in the course Monday, reports indicate.

Norwegian Parliament building
Norwegian Parliament building
Photo: Norwegian Parliament/Flickr


The four Centre-Right Parties recommenced talks after twelve days of negotiations. It will then be decided which will be included in the new coalition.

Last Wednesday’s deadline was pushed back, and it is likely that today’s meeting will be cut short to allow consultations with their reference groups later in the day.

Christian Democratic (KrF) politician Hans Olav Syversen stated, Monday morning, he thinks a final answer on his Party’s participation in Conservative (H) leader Erna Solberg’s new government.

This will follow KrF politicians’ meeting with the parliamentary group and the Executive Committee.

“I expect it [will come], but we can never know in advance what the Party Organs will decide,” Mr Syversen remarked to NTB.

Liberal Party (V) leader Trine Skei Grande has expressed doubt over the day’s scheduled development.

“[Christian Democratic Party leader] Knut Arild Hareide was sure that we would get a conclusion today, but I’m not too sure,” Ms Grande said on her way to the Parliament this morning.

The overriding question is whether the four Parties have managed to approach each other enough so that can start negotiations on a political platform, or whether the gap to Progress (FrP) and the center parties will impact the Liberals’ and Christian Democrats’ participation.

The schedule for later today is a follows:

  • The Christian Democratic Party will have a meeting with the Parliamentary group and the Executive Committee at 15:00.
  • The Liberal Party has called for a meeting with the Parliamentary group at 17:00.
  • The Conservative Party will have a meeting with the Parliamentary group this afternoon at approximately 17:00.



Published on Monday, 30th September, 2013 at 13:52 under the news category, by Linn Schjerven.
Last updated on 1st October 2013 at 18:44.

This post has the following tags: norwaygovernment, coalitionnorway.





  
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