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Labour Party (Norway)

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During the first Stoltenberg government, the party's policies were inspired by 's agenda in the and saw the most widespread privatisation by any Norwegian government to that date. If you want to use it, you have to ensure that you have the legal right to do so and that you do not infringe any trademark rights. In 1923 the party left the Communist International, while a significant minority of its members left the party to form the. From to , the party had an in the Norwegian parliament, the only time this has ever happened in the history of Norway. They are organised at county level, municipality level and in about 2,500 local associations. The party has frequently been described as increasingly since the 1980s, both by political scientists and opponents on the.

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Labour Party (Norway)

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If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file. The party is a member of the and. Since losing nine seats at the , Labour has been in opposition. År 1928 tilltrĂ€dde den första socialdemokratiska regeringen, som bara höll i tvĂ„ veckor. On 22 July 2011, at the Labour Party's youth camp ages 13—25 , killing 69 people, and killing 8 more in Oslo by a bomb towards a government building which was led by the Labour Party. Archived from on 30 December 2010.

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Labour Party (Norway)

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From the establishment of in 1884, the party had a growing and notable organisation of newspapers and other press outlets. In 1920 the party had 33 newspapers and 6 semi-affiliated newspapers. The name change will cause Arbeiderpartiet to appear on the ballot, thus eliminating any potential confusion. During the early 1930s Labour abandoned its revolutionary profile and set a reformist course. In 2017, the party was targeted by hackers suspected to be from Russia. The party also had the periodical.

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Labour Party (Norway)

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The Labour Party has always been a strong supporter of Norwegian membership and has supported Norway joining the during two referendums. In the the party regained support and received 32. This work includes material that may be protected as a in some jurisdictions. In January 1913 the party had 24 newspapers, and 6 more newspapers were founded in 1913. Arbeiderpartiet fick tillbaka makten 1935 och behöll den till 1965, med undantag för Tysklands ockupation av Norge 1940-1945 och en mÄnads borgerlig regering 1963. During the , when the party was in government most of the time, the party closely aligned Norway with the at the international level and followed an policy at the domestic level, in the aftermath of the 1948 and culminating in Norway becoming a founding member of in 1949. Arbetiderpartiet anslöts i sin helhet till , den kommunistiska internationalen, nÄgot som var unikt bland de socialdemokratiska partierna.

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Labour Party (Norway)

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Between 2005-13, Labour returned to power after committing to a coalition agreement with other parties in order to form a. In 2011, the party changed its official name from the Norwegian Labour Party Det norske arbeiderparti to the Labour Party Arbeiderpartiet. All following user names refer to de. StĂžtt Arbeiderpartiet For Ă„ sikre Ă„penhet offentliggjĂžr vi alle bidrag over 10 000 kroner. The party were members of , a organisation, between 1918 and 1923. It was the senior partner of the governing from 2005—13, and its leader, , served as during that time. In , the party achieved its worst results since the.

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Arbeiderpartiet

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Since the 1980s, the party has included more of the principles of a in its policy, allowing for of state-owned assets and services and reducing , following the wave of during the 1980s. As of 2015, the leadership is party leader StĂžre, deputy leaders and , and general secretary. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the ; all unstructured text is available under the ; additional terms may apply. The supreme body of the party is the Party Congress which is held every two years. Senare har Arbeiderpartiet suttit vid makten 1971-1972, 1973-1981, 1986-1989, 1990-1997, 2000-2001 och 2005-2013.

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Stoltenberg was previously Prime Minister from 2000 to 2001. It first formed a government in 1928, and has led the government for all but sixteen years since 1935. The party's youth organisation is the and there is a network for women within the party. Labour leader became and lead a coalition government, the first coalition government that the Labour Party has entered. The highest body in between the congresses is the National Delegate's Meeting which is made up of the Executive Board and two delegates from each of the 19 counties. Volume two of in Norwegian.

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Arbeiderpartiet

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Some Communists also joined Labour, whereas other Communists tried a failed merger endeavor which culminated in the formation of the. In addition to books and pamphlets, Det norske Arbeiderpartis forlag published annual publication , annual Christmas publication and calendar. Parties and Elections in Europe. Arbeiderpartiet deltar i val till och och i lokala val. The Labour Party profiles itself as a party that subscribes to co-operation on a national as well as international level.

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The party lost a further six seats at the , yielding the second-lowest number of seats Labour has held since. It was the leading partner in the centre-left , which won a majority in the 2005 elections. Gjennom kriser til makt 1920-1935. Volume three of Arbeiderbevegelsens historie i Norge in Norwegian. The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.

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The Labour Party is officially committed to social democratic ideals. Stoltenberg remained the party leader but he stepped down when he was appointed. From the late-1970s however, the party started to lose voters due to a rise in , leading to a swing to the right for the Labour Party under during the 1980s. The party is currently led by. The party participates in elections to the , and work related to this has its own organisational structure with seven local groups, a bi-yearly congress, a national council and the Labour group in the Sami Parliament. Founded in 1887, the party steadily increased in support until it became the largest party in Norway at the ; a position it has held ever since.

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