Norway’s left-leaning parties begin talks to form a government

Labour leader Jonas Gahr Støre hopes to create coalition including Centre party and Socialist Left

Norway’s left-leaning opposition parties have begun talks to form a new coalition government after winning a landslide victory in elections dominated by the climate crisis and the future of the country’s huge oil and gas industry.

, Norway’s left-leaning parties begin talks to form a government, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

The Labour party leader, Jonas Gahr Støre, is hoping to persuade the agrarian Centre party and left-wing Socialist Left to join a government that would have 89 MPs, four more than needed for an absolute majority in the 169-seat parliament.

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