Bourgeois Parties Increase Their Votes in Oslo for Municipal Elections

While Labor Party (Ap) falls by 6.4 percentage points to 30.2 percent, long time winner of Oslo, Conservatives (Høyre) increases its votes by 4.5 percentage points to 34.9 per cent, according to  municipal elections measurement Sentio Research Norway conducted for Klassekampen. According to this result, Høyre is the capital’s biggest party and Oslo city council leader Stian Berger Røsland (Høyre) would celebrate over 20 consecutive years of Conservative power in the city.

Also the other bourgeois parties Liberals, Christian Democrats and FRP continue to increase their votes in the capital. The four  bourgeois parties have 31 of the 59 seats in the city council, according to the poll.

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