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Norwegian politics and politics |  This is what the newspapers wrote about politics on Thursday, June 9th

Norwegian politics and politics | This is what the newspapers wrote about politics on Thursday, June 9th

The minister jokes about Martha’s engagement (VG)
Education Minister Tonji Brenna (Labour) attended a party on Tuesday night sponsored by Agenda Thought Foundation. In her speech, she joked about the engagement between Durek Verrett and Princess Märtha. Read more

Solberg moved from Støre – the largest conservative leadership since 2018 (free trade union movement)
Conservatives can look forward to a new boom in the June poll by ANB. The distance to Labor is 8.3 percentage points, which is more than in January 2018. Read more

He says no to a million salaries now – the work will freeze Parliament’s salary for the rest of the year (VG)
The Salaries Committee of the Norwegian Parliament itself has proposed a million salaries and a salary increase of 5.1 percent this year. Unmusical and bad timing, says Abs Lynn Vagslade. Read more

This is how the Conservatives want to avoid food price hikes on July 1 (NRK)
Conservatives oppose parts of the agricultural settlement because the party believes that the agreement between farmers and the state gives food prices too high. Read more

Arnstad: Sp did not say yes to hybrid cables (Countries)
The Center Party did not say yes to the hybrid telegrams, party leader in Parliament Marit Arnstad told Nationen. Read more

Red demands more money for those unfairly sued Follow Favorite
Unlawful prosecution rates have remained unchanged since 2004. Emma Watney of Rødt has suggested adjusting the amount. Read more

Tough Labor Veteran vs. Storr: -Unreal (NRK)
It is a boil in the Labor Party after the government said yes to the referendum on the dissolution of Kristiansand municipality. Labor veteran Kari Henriksen asks the Prime Minister to come to Sørlandit for cleaning. Read more

The rematch is so irresponsible that one has to wonder if there are adults in the government (Nett på sak. By Editor-in-Chief Gunnar Stavirum) (Nettavisen)
Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store must take responsibility and not allow the Center Party to destroy good jobs. Read more

Now we’re turning the country around (Editor, Dagbladet)
We will lack money and we will lack staff. We still have municipalities in every head. If there is anything that points to the destruction of the Norwegian system of government, it is structural reforms. Read more

The Minister of Justice supervises the customs clearance authorities (VG)
The former PST chief, Hans Sverre Sjøvold, retained the security clearance even though he was punished for illegal possession of weapons for seven years. The Minister of Justice, Emily Inger Mehl, is now implementing oversight of the Norwegian customs clearance authorities. Read more

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Budget negotiations toward the enemy (NTB)
Government parties and the SV held frequent meetings on Wednesday in negotiations over the revised national budget. Read more

Stor: – This is how we will save the sea – and the Oslo Strait (VG)
Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store (Labour) will lead the world’s fight to save the sea from pollution. He starts with the Oslo Strait, where he will make strong demands – and send the bill to the municipalities. Read more

Do not let the external left control pension policy (Discussion in Norway. By Anna Mollberg, Parliamentary Representative (h) to the Committee on Labor and Social Affairs) (Nettavizen)
To be against pension reform is to be with a system that is collapsing in the long run. Read more

stronger democracy (posted by Bjørnar Moxnes, Rødt leader and Harberg Committee member) (Dagbladet)
Elected representatives must ensure control over government. Read more

Now it’s serious (Posted by Arild Nøkland, Extinction Rebellion activist) (Dagbladet)
Some voices in the environmental movement advocate more radical methods of nonviolent civil disobedience. The prime minister should be worried about that. Read more

Fighting in the European Union ended with a ban on petrol and diesel cars (NTB)
On Wednesday, the European Parliament decided to support a proposal to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in the European Union after 2035, due to protests from conservative parties. Read more

Labor politicians threatened to cut ferries dramatically to save money – so they went on a study trip to Venice (online newspaper)
The trip cost more than they received in support throughout the year. Read more

The distribution of Bibles does not belong to the school (Editor, Bergens Tidende)
Religious organizations must come to terms with the fact that school is not a place for preaching and mission. Read more

Climate target may fail (Comment by Sondre Hansmark) (Dagbladet)
Will we reach our climate goals? Today, new climate figures have emerged that tell us how well we are doing. It doesn’t look very promising. Read more

SAS needs a fresh start, no more bailouts from politicians (Leader, Dagens Næringsliv)
Shareholders usually receive a dividend. At SAS, shareholders pay. Read more

new political earthquake (Commentary by social editor Torbjørn Røe Isaksen) (E24)
The past decade of profound energy crises has given us the right wave. What do we get now? Read more

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The teachers’ strike is underway – these three are the only ones on strike (NRK)
Only teachers in Oslo reached an agreement in this year’s wage settlement. For teachers in the rest of the country, the strike begins today. Read more

Britons risk the death penalty for fighting for Ukraine (NTB)
Two Britons and a Moroccan caught fighting for Ukraine risk being sentenced to death by separatist authorities in Donetsk, according to the BBC. Read more

Putin postpones his annual short TV show (NTB)
Russian President Vladimir Putin will not conduct his annual program of communication, where people can ask him questions directly. Read more

Arctic Council resumes work – except for Russia (NTB)
The countries of the Arctic Council – Canada, Finland, Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and the United States will resume work without Russia. Read more

The Secretary-General of the United Nations warns: the repercussions of the war in Ukraine are getting worse (NTB)
The consequences of the Russian war in Ukraine for the world’s population are growing, warns the Secretary-General of the United Nations, who estimates that 1.6 billion people will be affected. Read more

Human rights groups call for Bachelet’s resignation (NTB)
More than 230 human rights organizations are calling for the resignation of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, following her recent visit to China. Read more

Germany will continue to phase out nuclear energy (NTB)
Germany’s goal remains to phase out nuclear power, despite the uncertainty in the energy market as a result of the Russian war in Ukraine, says Prime Minister Olaf Scholz. Read more

International Energy Agency: could become energy rationing in Europe (NTB)
According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), rationing of natural gas in Europe may be necessary for the winter. Read more

The International Atomic Energy Agency accuses Iran of not cooperating with the inspectors (NTB)
The International Atomic Energy Agency has accused Iran of failing to cooperate with the inspectors for the first time in two years. Read more

The House of Representatives has adopted a maximum age of 21 for the purchase of semi-automatic weapons (NTB)
The House of Representatives has adopted a proposal to set an age of 21 for the purchase of semi-automatic weapons in the United States. It is unlikely that it will be presented. Read more

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China, Russia, North Korea declared a veto in the Security Council (NTB)
On Wednesday, China and Russia made clear at the Security Council why they vetoed a proposal that would have put pressure on North Korea and its nuclear program. Read more

Polish president criticizes Schulz and Putin’s talks with Macron (NTB)
Polish President Andrzej Duda believes that the dialogue that French and German leaders are trying to have with Russian President Vladimir Putin legitimizes him. Read more

The United States warns Turkey of a new attack in Syria (NTB)
The United States is “deeply concerned” by Turkey’s threats to launch a new military offensive against Kurdish militias in northern Syria. Read more

Lavrov in a heated interview with the Ukrainian journalist (NTB)
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was surprised by a question from a Ukrainian journalist in Turkey on Wednesday. The Ukrainians were accused of being thieves. Read more

Chess legend Garry Kasparov: – Every Russian knows some kind of guilt (dagbladet)
Since Vladimir Putin was elected president of Russia in 2000, Russian chess legend Garry Kasparov has been working to unseat him. Read more

The European Parliament recommends that Ukraine become a candidate country (NTB)
On Wednesday, the European Parliament approved a resolution demanding that Ukraine be granted candidate status. Ukrainian government thanks. Read more

Therefore, Ukraine is unlikely to become a member of the European Union now: – a very shaken country (NRK)
Ukraine dreams of rapid entry into the European Union. Here are five reasons why this didn’t happen in the first place. Read more

Preliminary preparer for climate proposals in the European Parliament (NTB)
A motion to review the climate quota buying and selling system was abruptly voted on in the European Parliament on Wednesday. Read more

Slight decrease in Norwegian greenhouse gas emissions (VG)
Norway will reduce its emissions by 50 to 55 percent by 2030. In 2021, emissions fell by 0.3 percent. – Too bad, says the Minister of Climate and Environment. Read more

Climate: Norwegian emissions almost didn’t fall last year (NRK)
Recent figures from Statistics Norway show that emissions in Norway barely moved in 2021. Had it not been for the Melkoya fire, emissions would likely have increased. Read more