The Government of Norway
Kingdom of Norway
Unitary Parliamentary System
18 years of age; universal
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
Executive power is exercised by the King's council, the cabinet, led by the Prime
Minister of Norway. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the ...
Sep 12, 2014 ... According to the Constitution, which was adopted in 1814, Norway is a ... Until
the introduction of parliamentarianism in 1884, a government ...
According to the Constitution, which was adopted in 1814, Norway is a monarchy
in which the power is divided between three branches: a legislative branch ...
Government.no is to give the general public understanding of the work of the ...
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Government Norway is a constitutional monarchy governed under the
constitution of 1814 as amended. The hereditary monarch is the head of state.
Information on Norway — geography, history, politics, government, economy,
population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map
Norway, like its Nordic neighbors Sweden and Denmark, has preserved its
traditional political system of a constitutional hereditary monarchy. The
Oct 16, 2013 ... Norway's new Government was appointed today by His Majesty the King. It is a
conservative minority government formed by the Conservative ...
Facts and statistics about the Government type of Norway. Updated as of 2014.