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Norway’s Labour Party to form new government

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Norway’s centre-left Labour Party is set to form a new government after taking the largest share of votes in parliamentary elections Monday. With a preliminary count of the vote some 99 per cent complete, the Labour Party, led by Jonas Gahr Store, took 26.4 per cent of the vote, while the Conservatives, led by Prime Minister Erna Solberg, got 20.5 per cent. Solberg conceded defeat late Monday. “I congratulate Jonas Gahr Store on a – as it now appears – clear majority for a change of government,” she told her party colleagues. The election campaign was tough but good, Solberg said, adding she w…

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