Erna Solberg
Norway Elections Conservatives concede defeat as center, left forces advance in Norwegian parliamentary elections

The ruling conservative coalition in Norway led by Erna Solberg lost the parliamentary elections and coalition of the social democratic Labour Party, Centre Party, and the left-wing Socialist Left party is likely to form the new government

norway election Left and progressive parties make significant gains in Norwegian local body elections

Even though the Labour Party and the Conservatives emerged as the leading parties, they lost 8.2% and 3.1% of their vote share when compared to the 2015 elections.

Norwegians take to the streets against proposed changes in abortion law

The changes are purely a result of an attempt by prime minister Erna Solberg attempting to shore up her government by winning the support of the Christian Democrats Party, which has just 8 MPs in parliament