Energy minister resigns after party walkout

Norway's Progress Party is unable to accept the repatriation of an ISIS-affiliated woman and exits the government. Avowed wind energy opponent Energy Minister Sylvi Listhaug thereby also steps down.
Photo: PR / Fremskrittspartiet
Photo: PR / Fremskrittspartiet

Norwegian right-wing political party the Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet, FrP) exits the country's government, Party Leader Siv Jensen announces at a press conference following a meeting with Prime Minister Erna Solberg (Conservative Party, Høyre).

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