– We can say that the Labor Party and the Center Party have agreed to form a government, AP leader Jonas Gahr Stoer told Norwegian media at a press conference on Friday.
He added that the most important issues were clarified and the new government could be formed next week.
The leader of the Center Party, Trygve Slagsvold Widom, says the government’s negotiations “have achieved good results”.
Gare Store will be Norway’s next prime minister, after the AP won the election (with 26.3 percent of the vote) and negotiated a new government document with the Socialist Party (13.5 percent).
The Socialist Left, which received 7.6 percent of the vote, also took part in the negotiations but chose not to be part of the government because the party did not receive a response on its most important points.
Both the AP and SP will govern without a majority in the Norwegian parliament and therefore rely on the support party to override their policy, which will be introduced on Wednesday.
– We have a plan to push Norway even further, and we’ve taken each other by the hand, Støre tells Norway’s VG.
Hoyer (H), headed by outgoing Prime Minister Erna Solberg, fell more than four percentage points to 20.4 percent. Solberg will present the state budget next Tuesday, next week, after which he will announce his resignation.
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