OSLO (Reuters) – Norway’s minority center-right government has struck a deal with the independent Christian Democrats (CDP) on a 2019 fiscal bill, it said on Tuesday, securing the budget’s passage in parliament and setting the stage for talks to expand the cabinet.
Prime Minister Erna Solberg, in power since 2013, has long sought to include the CDP in her government of the Conservatives, the centrist Liberals and the right-wing Progress Party, and thus turn it into a majority coalition.
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“This budget lays the foundations for initial talks planned among the four parties to...
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