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Politics of Norway - Wikipedia


Labour formed their first brief minority government in 1928 ... Norway was ruled by Labour governments from 1945 to ...

How is Norway governed? - regjeringen.no


Sep 12, 2014 ... According to the Constitution, which was adopted in 1814, Norway is a ... The Government is formed by the party/parties that have a majority of ...

Norway Politics, government, and taxation, Information about Politics ...


Norway, like its Nordic neighbors Sweden and Denmark, has preserved its traditional political system of a constitutional hereditary monarchy. The parliament ...

Official Norwegian websites - Norway


The Royal House of Norway Information about the Norwegian Royal Family The ... Norway's popularly elected national parliament The Norwegian Government ...

Norway Government type - Government - IndexMundi


Facts and statistics about the Government type of Norway. Updated as of 2016.

Norway's Political Institutions – An Overview


May 6, 2013 ... Norway gained political independence (apart from matters of foreign affairs). ... Norway has a long and strong tradition for local government.

Norway Economy: Population, GDP, Inflation, Business, Trade, FDI ...


The overall tax burden equals 40.8 percent of GDP. Government spending amounts to 44 percent of total domestic output.

Norway's brand of democracy - Norway's News in English


Jan 14, 2011 ... One of the parties that makes up Norway's coalition government held a national board meeting over the weekend, to boost support and hash ...

Norway country profile - BBC News - BBC.com


Feb 25, 2016 ... Apart from being head of the armed forces and Church of Norway, he chairs the Council of State once a week. He appoints the government ...

Norway: Government >> globalEDGE: Your source for Global ...


Constitution: Adopted: 1814; Outlines the country's form of government and religion, the executive power, the King, and the Royal Family, rights of citizens and ...

The Government of Norway
Conventional Name: Kingdom of Norway
Government Type: Unitary Parliamentary System
Voting Age: 18 years of age; universal
Chief: Monarch Harald V
Head: Prime Minister Erna Solberg
Legislature: modified unicameral Parliament or Storting (169 seats; members are elected by popular vote by proportional representation to serve four-year terms); note - in 2009 the number of seats will change to 165
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The Government - regjeringen.no


The term "government" is used in everyday language in two senses: One is ... Here you will find a list of all of Norway's governments and ministers since 1814.

Norway: Government - Infoplease


Government Norway is a constitutional monarchy governed under the constitution of 1814 as amended. The hereditary monarch is the head of state. The.

Norway's New Government


Nov 8, 2013 ... Norway's new Government was appointed Oct. 16, 2013 by His Majesty the King. It is a conservative minority government formed by the ...