Norway's minority government tries to shore up fragile alliance
OsloMar 03, 2015 - 12:00 am GMT+3
Mar 03, 2015 12:00 am
Norway's embattled right-wing government met its centrist backers on Tuesday in a bid to end bickering over tax cuts, immigration and other issues. The minority government of Prime Minister Erna Solberg's Conservative Party and Finance Minister Siv Jensen's Progress Party, which relies on support in parliament from the Liberals and the Christian Democrats, has slumped in opinion polls just 18 months after winning a national election.
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