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KrF rules out government cooperation with Listhaug as prime minister


KrF leader Olaug Bollestad rules out supporting a government led by Frp leader Sylvi Listhaug. Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB

Of NTB | 06/05/2024 04:03:02

Policy: The FRP has edged into the Right in the polls, and Listhaug said this week that it is natural that the largest party in a government has the prime minister.

– I probably don’t imagine that, Bollestad writes to The class struggle in response to the question of whether the party will sit in a Listhaug-led government. When asked whether KrF can support such a government, the answer is the same.

– KrF is going to elect Erna Solberg as prime minister, writes Bollestad.

Avisa has also asked Venstre deputy leader Sveinung Rotevatn about how his party positions itself to a possible Listhaug government.

Rotevatn writes, among other things, that “the Left will work for a government collaboration with the Conservative Party, and then it is natural that the Conservative Party will get the prime minister”, but he does not categorically rule out that the party could sit in a government led by Listhaug.

– We point to the Conservative Party to lead a possible government after the next election. A candidate for prime minister must have a parliamentary majority behind him, and the Conservative Party is best placed to muster that, writes Rotevatn.

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