On Thursday, it became clear that Henrik Asheim would take over as vice president of the Conservative Party, succeeding John Dore Sonar. He will continue as the first vice president and the second vice president of the Tina Puru party.
– He has been regarded as one of the country’s greatest political figures for many years, and if the National Assembly so desires, he will now move up the ranks of the absolute elite, says Harold Farrell, the party’s election committee chairman. .
The 38-year-old from Bærum is a former chairman of Unge Høre, who joined Storting in 2013. He is from Bærum and is very fond of taking charge from Sanner.
Farrell says Ashima was nominated for the post by a consensus nominating committee. Farrell notes that Tina Bru is ready to continue as second vice president and that the two will be equal in their mission.
– I am very grateful for the confidence the nominating committee has shown me. Asheim says we have an important job to do in formulating policy asking for input from across the country and building a stronger party structure to lead to the 2023 and 2025 elections.
The proposal will be discussed at the Conservative Party’s national meeting in Gardermoen on April 2-3. All will be nominated for a one-year term, until the 2023 National Assembly. Party leader Erna Solberg has told the nominating committee that she is ready to continue.
– Erna Solberg The nominating committee is delighted to be looking to continue as Conservative leader with the goal of winning elections in 2023 and 2025. He is undoubtedly the most talented and popular politician in Norway and it is very easy to agree to run for re-election. Picking her up, Farrey says.
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