Outgoing Norwegian Prime Minister and Conservative Erna Solberg admitted defeat in yesterday’s parliamentary elections midnight Monday to Tuesday, paving the way for the rise of the left to power led by Labor leader Jonas Gark.
«The work of the Conservative Party in government is over this timeSaid Solberg, who has ruled the Nordic country since 2013, a record time for the right in the country’s history. “I would like to congratulate Jonas Gar Stere, who, at the moment, seems to have a clear majority to form a government.”
Jonas Gar Stere, speaking to party members, told him that the center-left opposition bloc had won a majority of seats in parliament, saying it would seek to form a government.
«Now we can finally say: we did it“, Stressed Stere, who is expected to become the next Prime Minister of Norway.