The work program of the Norwegian Environment Party (Miljøpartiet De Grønne) has a series of controversial policy priorities including stopping oil production and decriminalizing of drug use in Norway.
20.05.2013 - Oslo
20 percent of the voters who voted Progress Party (FRP) in 2009 wil»»
13.05.2013 - Oslo
The congress of the Christian Democratic Party (KrF) removes»»
27.04.2013 - Oslo
Progress Party (FrP) deputy Per Sandberg confirms that the p»»
24.04.2013 - Oslo
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg was re-elected as lea»»
22.04.2013 - Oslo
Finance Minister Sigbjørn Johnsen and U.S»»
16.04.2013 - Oslo
Liberal Party (Venstre) voted against all forms»»
15.04.2013 - Oslo
Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs Espen Barth »»
14.04.2013 - Oslo
Pogress Paty first criticizes Center Party (Sp)’s proposal»»
10.04.2013 - Oslo
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg Meets with His Russian Counterpart Medvedev in St. Petersburg on 5 April
06.04.2013 - Oslo
Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has the support of 33.7 percent of voters, while 32.2 percent would like to see the Conservative Party leader Erna Solberg as the next prime minister of Norway
26.03.2013 - Oslo
Coalition member Senter Partiet (Sp) will vote for the proposal that Norway gets out of Schengen aggreement in the party congress in April.
23.03.2013 - Oslo
Conservatives (Høyre) falls by 3.9 percentage points to 26.5 percent in the new poll by Sentio, while Labor Party (Ap) goes up by 3.0 percentage points to 31.7 percent.
22.03.2013 - Oslo
Norwegian National Security Authority accuses China of computer espionage against Norwegian companies.
04.03.2013 - Oslo
The major coalition member, Labor Party steps down in the second place, while the Conservatives tops with 31.6 percent support in a recent poll.
01.03.2013 - Oslo
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was today on a working visit to Oslo. Topics on the agenda for her visit included energy and economic development in Europe.
20.02.2013 - Oslo