New Norwegian government in place

Thursday sees the formation of the next Norwegian government, to be led by Jonas Gahr Støre as prime minister.

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After the national general election ended in mid-September and with about a month of deliberations, a plan is now in place for who will take control of the various ministries in the new Norwegian government.

Following an audience with King Harald Thursday morning, incoming Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre was thus able to present his government, which consists of MPs from the Labour and Centre Parties.

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