The Center Party and the Labor Party confirm that they want to form Norway’s new government, several media outlets state.
If they get the green light, they will form a minority government.
The Norwegian election’s largest party The Labor Party (Labor Party) and the Center Party (Sp) want to form a government together.
– We start the negotiation work to form a government together, says Labor Party leader Jonas Gahr Støre to the newspaper VG .
– We have strong ambitions for what we will achieve together, says Støre.
The Labor Party, the Socialist People’s Party and the Socialist Left (SV) have been in negotiations , but SV withdrew during the day.
According to sources in Norwegian TV2 , the departure from SV was due to Støre putting a lot of pressure on the Norwegian oil tax and exploration activity.
– Sp and Ap agree that SV is the preferred budget partner in the Storting, says the Center Party’s party leader Trygve Slagsvold Vedum at a press conference on Wednesday evening.
– SV is our partner in the Storting, and the party it is natural to go to when it comes to budget. We have established a tone, a collaboration and a very common understanding with them here, says Støre.
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