Norway's government to remain in power

It seems the current government coalition in Norway will continue to control the country, although the supporting parties will be making big demands. Horrible election results for the labor party Arbeiderpartiet.
Photo: Høyre
Photo: Høyre

Erna Solberg looks set to continue as Norway's head of state. Despite a small setback for both her center-right party Høyre and governing partner Fremskrittspariet, the government and both of its supporting parties, Venstre and Kristeligt Folkeparti (KrF) – with 95.1 percent of the votes counted – had secured 89 seats in parliament, compared to the 80 seats for opposition parties.

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