In the parliamentary elections in Norway, the leader of the current ruling coalition with a slight edge over the opposition. About this reports Deutsche Welle.

According to preliminary calculations the results of the parliamentary elections that took place on Monday, September 11, more than a third of the votes received by the ruling Conservative party of Norway and its partners in the coalition of right populist progress Party and their allies the Liberal party and the Christian people’s party.

It is reported that in 169-the mandate of the Norwegian Parliament, they will together form a majority. This requires 85 mandates. Four of the party they will have a 88-89 deputies in Parliament.

Norwegian labour party, centre Party and socialist left party, who make up the opposition bloc Norwegii, according to preliminary calculations, will have about 80 seats.

The conservative party of the current Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg has been in power since 2013, forming a coalition with right-wing populists.

See also: Elections in Germany: the unit Merkel in the polls – poll




Elections in Norway: the ruling coalition is leading by a small margin 12.09.2017

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