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Norway's right-wing government seems set for re-election-projections


Norway’s tax-cutting Prime Minister Erna Solberg is on track to remain in power after an election on Monday, narrowly defeating a Labour-led opposition in a campaign over how to manage the oil-dependent economy, official projections showed, APA reports quoting Reuters.

 

The ruling coalition of Solberg’s Conservatives and Progress Party and two smaller center-right allies was projected to win 88 seats in the 169-seat parliament by Norway’s Directorate of Elections, based on a count of early votes.

 

A victory would be historic for Solberg. No Conservative-led government has retained power in an election in Norway since 1985.

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