Who is currently governing in Norway?
In Norway, a coalition of Arbeiderpartiet (Centre-left) and Senterpartiet (Transversal) currently governs under the leadership of Jonas Gahr Støre. The head of state is unknown.
What are the governing parties in Norway?
In Norway, the parties from Arbeiderpartiet (Centre-left) and Senterpartiet (Transversal) currently make up the government.
What are the main parties in Norway?
Arbeiderpartiet (Centre-left) and Senterpartiet (Transversal) currently provide the government. The opposition are formed by Høyre (Centre-right), Fremskrittspartiet (Right-wing), Sosialistisk Venstreparti (Left-wing), Rødt (Far left), Venstre (Transversal), De Grønne (Environment & Climate) and Kristelig Folkeparti (Centre-right). Find more info on all parties HERE.
How often is elected in Norway?
The parliament is elected every 4 year. The next election in Norway is held in 2025.
When is the next election in Norway?
The next election of the parliament in Norway is regularly scheduled to take place in 2025.
When was the last election in Norway?
The last parliamentary election in Norway took place on 13.09.2021. All results for the election are available HERE.
Wer würde in Norway gewinnen, wenn diesen Sonntag Wahl wäre?
In Norway, current polling indicates Høyre (Centre-right) with 27.8% would win the election over Fremskrittspartiet (Right-wing) with 14.2%. Complete Polling data with coalition possibilities.
What is the name of the parliament in Norway?
The parliament in Norway is called "Storting".