Norway's center-left heads to victory in general elections


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This just in: Outgoing PM Erna Solberg has called her successor as Norwegian Prime Minister to congratulate him on tonight’s election results, newspaper Aftenposten have reported. With just over 90 percent of all votes counted Norway’s opposition parties are on course to secure 100 seats while the parties currently in government are on course to secure 68.

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The election results could soon prove to be a headache for the EU, as The Centre Party, the Socialist Left and the Red Party - all vying to prop up a Labour-led coalition - have not been shy about their thoughts on Brussels, with each calling for a rethink of Norway’s relationship with the EU. More Euroscepticism, at a time that the EU said that they need unity the most.

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Thank you for your insight Skept'.

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