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Poll Question: which party whould you vote for if you ever disided to move to Norway
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4 [33.33%]
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    Posted: November 24 2012 at 13:50
Originally posted by Tapfret

^Shivering or not, I have a little municipal crush on Tromsø.


Do all these parties have legitimate representation? 8 parties for 5,000,000 people is a far more diffuse political landscape than 2 parties for over 300,000,000.

 
from wiki, pr the Red party is not in the parlement, but they are a sizeable enough party to be in the poll and they are to logical counterweight to the Progress party

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parliament_of_Norway
the Storting (English: Great thing; Norwegian: Stortinget, literally "the great assembly") is the supreme legislature of Norway, located in Oslo. The unicameral parliament has 169 members, and is elected every four years based on party-list proportional representation in nineteen plural member constituencies. The assembly is led by a presidium of a president and five vice presidents; since 2009 Dag Terje Andersen has been president. The members are allocated to twelve standing committees, as well as four procedural committees. Almost all public agencies of Norway are subordinate to the government, but three ombudsmen, the Parliamentary Intelligence Oversight Committee and the Office of the Auditor General are directly subordinate to parliament.

Parliament was established by the Constitution of Norway in 1814 and has since 1866 met in the Parliament of Norway Building, designed by Emil Victor Langlet. Parliamentarianism was established in 1884, and until 2009 practiced qualified unicameralism with two chambers: the Lagting and the Odelsting. Following the 2009 election, seven parties are represented in parliament: the Labour Party (64 representatives), the Progress Party (41), the Conservative Party (30), the Socialist Left Party (11), the Centre Party (11), the Christian Democratic Party (10) and the Liberal Party (2).

The parliament in its present form was first constituted at Eidsvoll in 1814, although its origins can be traced back to the allting or common assemblies as early as the 9th century.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote The Doctor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 24 2012 at 15:31
Wow, this vote is shaping up much like the American electorate.  About a third moderately liberal, one socialist, a libertarian, a moderate conservative and a couple of whacko right-wingers.  Tongue

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Post Options Post Options   Quote tamijo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 24 2012 at 15:40
Might actually decide not to vote, wouldn't be the first time.
If they are as useless as the Danes, I think I can smell they are, It's like choosing between tooth pain or headache.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Icarium Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 24 2012 at 15:56
^ that is why im going to vote the Green party, go figure. if im not voting Labour...
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Atkingani Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 24 2012 at 16:47
I'll go with Labour. 

Fine that there's "only" 8 since here in Brazil we have more than 30. Tongue




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Post Options Post Options   Quote CPicard Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 24 2012 at 16:51
Only 30?
I can't even give an exacte amount of political parties in France!
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_des_partis_et_mouvements_politiques_fran%C3%A7ais
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Post Options Post Options   Quote The Doctor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 24 2012 at 17:00
We have only the two powerful parties, the center-right party and the far right party.  Cry
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Post Options Post Options   Quote King of Loss Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2012 at 01:16
Originally posted by The Doctor

We have only the two powerful parties, the center-right party and the far right party.  Cry

The centrist liberal party in Norway would be nice.


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Post Options Post Options   Quote Icarium Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2012 at 04:18
Originally posted by CPicard

Only 30?
I can't even give an exacte amount of political parties in France!
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_des_partis_et_mouvements_politiques_fran%C3%A7ais
i only listed the 7 who have seats in the parliment and the 1 party that is large enough to get atleast 1 seat in any election,

we have atleast 20 or 30 more partys, for both Coastal party, pentionist party, AKPML, social democratic partys, imigration hostile partys,

Parliamentary parties

English party name Norwegian party name Associated ideology Current leader International affiliation Representation
Parliament County councils
Labour Party Arbeiderpartiet (bokmål)
Arbeidarpartiet (nynorsk)
Social democracy Jens Stoltenberg Socialist International 64 (37.9%) 236
Progress Party Fremskrittspartiet (bokmål)
Framstegspartiet (nynorsk)
Populism,[1] Conservative liberalism[2] Siv Jensen none 41 (24.3%) 141
Conservative Party Høyre (bokmål)
Høgre (nynorsk)
Liberal conservatism Erna Solberg International Democrat Union 30 (17.8%) 120
Socialist Left Party Sosialistisk Venstreparti Democratic Socialism Audun Lysbakken Nordic Green Left Alliance 11 (6.5%) 46
Centre Party Senterpartiet Agrarianism, Centrism Liv Signe Navarsete none 11 (6.5%) 73
Christian Democratic Party Kristelig Folkeparti (bokmål)
Kristeleg Folkeparti (nynorsk)
Christian democracy Knut Arild Hareide Centrist Democrat International 10 (5.9%) 54
Liberal Party Venstre Liberalism, Social liberalism Trine Skei Grande Liberal International 2 (1.2%) 37

Non-parliamentary parties


English party name Norwegian party name Associated ideology Current leader International affiliation 2009 Parliamentary election County council representation
Red Rødt Revolutionary socialism, Communism [3] Bjørnar Moxnes none 1.3% 8
Pensioners Party Pensjonistpartiet Pensioners' interests Ragnar Dahl none 0.4% 5
Christian Unity Party Kristent Samlingsparti Christian right Ørnulf Nandrup none 0.2% 0
Green Party Miljøpartiet De Grønne Green Sondre Båtstrand
Hanna Marcussen
European Green Party 0.3% 0
Coastal Party Kystpartiet Conservatism Kjell Ivar Vestå none 0.2% 3
Democrats Demokratene Populism Vidar Kleppe none 0.1% 1
Communist Party of Norway Norges Kommunistiske Parti Communism Zafer Gözet none 0.0% 0
Liberal People's Party Det Liberale Folkeparti Classical liberalism Vegard Martinsen none 0.0% 0
Contemporary Party Samtidspartiet Muslims' interests Ghuffor Butt none 0.0% -
The Christians De kristne Re-Christianization of Norway Terje Simonsen none - -
Center Alliance Sentrumsalliansen Centrism, Western Norway's interests Merete Andreassen none 0.0% -
Abortion Opponents' List Abortmotstandernes Liste Pro-life Ludvig Nessa none 0.0% -
Society Party Samfunnspartiet Anarchism Øystein Johannessen none 0.0% 0
One (Written) Language Ett (skrift)språk Anti-Nynorsk Einar Smørdal none 0.0% -
Non-Partisan Deputies Tverrpolitisk folkevalgte none Harald O. Haram none 0.0% -
Norwegian Republican Alliance Norsk Republikansk Allianse Republicanism Erland Skattem none 0.0% -

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Christian Unity party is a scary bunch of folks, 
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Post Options Post Options   Quote The Bearded Bard Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2012 at 06:02
I consider myself a leftist, but I don't trust the people leading the ruling parties after what happened at Utøya and the Government quarter. Too many mistakes were done that day, but the people who was responsible for the safety of those who died that day are still in office. The poor job that was done by so many people that day is unforgivable! Someone has to take responsibility for the mistakes that were done, and that someone is the Prime Minister and his cabinet.
 
Also, my impression is that the Labour Party's priority number one is getting tax money in, and not the welfare of the Norwegian people, so I will probably vote for the Conservative Party in the next election. Hopefully we'll get a change in government, that again will lead to a much needed change in leadership in both the Labour and the Social Left Party.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote The Dark Elf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2012 at 10:14
Originally posted by tamijo

Pilsens Samlingsparti
this is my kind of people

The Beer Unity Party! Now that's a party in a literal sense! More beer, less debate!



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Post Options Post Options   Quote Icarium Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2012 at 10:25
Originally posted by The Bearded Bard

I consider myself a leftist, but I don't trust the people leading the ruling parties after what happened at Utøya and the Government quarter. Too many mistakes were done that day, but the people who was responsible for the safety of those who died that day are still in office. The poor job that was done by so many people that day is unforgivable! Someone has to take responsibility for the mistakes that were done, and that someone is the Prime Minister and his cabinet.
 
Also, my impression is that the Labour Party's priority number one is getting tax money in, and not the welfare of the Norwegian people, so I will probably vote for the Conservative Party in the next election. Hopefully we'll get a change in government, that again will lead to a much needed change in leadership in both the Labour and the Social Left Party.
do as me, vote Miljøpartiet det Grønne, i will for once vote for a paty that don't have a clear political agende but a policy that have a wider scope, and they speak with more heart in their campains then the current Red/Green coalition Labour party actualy needs 4 to 8 years now as an oppestition,
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Post Options Post Options   Quote The Bearded Bard Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2012 at 12:13
^Well, I think we're in serious need of change of government, to get the naive and incompetent leaders of the parties in the red-green coalition out. Voting De Grønne won't help that, I suspect. Only a vote for one of the four parties in opposition in Stortinget today will help that. A vote for De Grønne is close to purposeless, IMO. Might as well not vote at all.
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i might vote Liberar,
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^If you really want change, that's one way to go.
 
 
Edit: A vote for any of the four in opposition will do. I might vote Liberal myself. They sure could use the votes. And God knows so does the Christian Democratic Party, but I rather end up in hell than vote for themWink

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i sort of vote, but im hesitent to want Progress party in govourment, but i don't think i whould loose sleap if the Borgerlig side won, but im very little concervatve in person and i whould be put hard to test to vote on any of themm so i vote eather soicalist, liberal or green
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Post Options Post Options   Quote The Bearded Bard Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 25 2012 at 12:36
Yeah, as I said, I see myself as a leftist. I wouldn't even considered voting for any of the four in the opposition if it wasn't for what happened a year, four months and three days ago, which showed how incompetent and naive our current government is.
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i miss the times with Einar Gerhardsen Cry, though i was not born so,,, it whould not matter, 
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