FRP Threatens to Withdraw from Government in Norway

Per Sandberg says to NRK that it may be appropriate for FRP to withdraw from the government, if his party cannot influence refugee decision. Liberal Party (Venstre) leader Trine Skei Grande says that she wants to go into government with the Conservatives, if the need should arise.

– Everything depends on what and what decisions the Labour Party pushes through in Parliament, says Sandberg to NRK.

However, FRPleader Siv Jensen rejected Sandberg’s statements.

– There is no such a debate about this in FrP. I am most excited to see what solution the Parliament would come up with, says Jensen.

On Friday, FRP had withdrawn from the negotiations on the same matter. The party does not want to bind itself to accept more than 1,500 quota refugees.


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