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Held this week Jonas Gahr Støre fourth, six months after taking over from Erna Solberg, press conference at the Prime Minister’s residence.
None of them went according to plan.
Rising electricity prices were the first problem. Then poor opinion polls, the appointment of a secretary of state from PR and consulting firm McKinsey, and now confusion for party colleagues Anette Trettebergstuen and Tonje Brenna.
Last week, the store had to cancel the whole thing. Instead, he had to answer for Anette Trettbergstuen’s inappropriate friend services and lack of respect for eligibility rules.
But Storr got his “revenge.” Last week Strawberries became a jam for journalists, and he talked about the broad lines of Norwegian politics.
If we take him at his word, and we must, the future will be characterized by vast settlements in Storting. Støre was once again reminded of the difficult times we (especially the government) live in. Inflation and interest rates are high. The worry is that it will swing between high unemployment and economic stagnation. You don’t want to leave the responsibility alone.
Storr was particularly emphatic A long-term plan for a new pension reform and security, where he wants to involve as many parties as possible. But really, the only thing that matters is the Conservative Party getting involved.
Whether the Conservatives will accept the outstretched hand remains to be seen. As is well known, the latter withdrew from negotiations on the salmon line and the development of offshore wind in the southern North Sea.
If Støre manages more to tie the Conservatives with Mazda on a number of key issues, that will be in his favour. It may prove that the Storr government’s policy is not miles away from the policy that led the Conservatives to office.
There will be no magic cure yet.
It has not been released yet Some new polls after voters learned of the happy mess of outgoing Culture Minister Annette Dredbergstuen and incumbent Knowledge Minister Donje Brenna.
Perhaps Labor will be punished for it – perhaps support is so rocky that there are only very loyal voters.
As many rich people like Spetalen try to give the impression, the government’s problem is not yet complete incompetence. Rather, it is frivolity.
Last week, Dagbladet published the government’s quality book. On this occasion we request all the ministers to send us their achievements in the last year.
Majority choose to take advantage of this opportunity. Some people are more than happy to listen!
But even after what some in Ap have called “eight dark blue years with Erna Solberg”, many ministries have not made major changes.
When we judge ministers, Based on many factors. No matter how much policy the person has delivered, he may be a good political craftsman who is good at building coalitions and getting policy through, but at least he lacks the ability to communicate this effectively to the electorate – preferably without too much noise.
Based on this overall assessment, there are very few attractive ministers. The government group of Jonas Gahr Støre and Trygve Slagsvold Vedum is still characterized by many ministers being “in the middle of the tree”. You didn’t make many serious mistakes, but you didn’t shine.
Jonas Kahr Storr, on the other hand, often appears as a politician. Many have pointed to Erna Solberg as having control over the breadth of politics and having the memory of an elephant. Sturgeon show many of the same trends.
He is no longer a mist prince. Although he sometimes makes a bit of a mess with words like saying someone has “experienced poverty”.
Unlike last year, While Stor’s dice were below average for his own ministers, he was now over.
With this accolade, one would think Storr would go above the dice rather than the four. In his absence, He is still not responsible for the fact that the team he put together is not strong enough. The government has benefited from some changes in the absence of crises over time.
The rounds of transfers have come only after the ministers made mistakes. First there was the resignation of Odd Roger Enochsen as Defense Minister – followed by Game of Thrones. Now recently Dredbergstuven had to close.
A problem for Ap is that the party doesn’t have many profiles yet. A quick look at Labour’s parliamentary group shows that there aren’t many who have done a better job than those currently in government.
However, it depends More or less comprehensive changes among ministers after the election this autumn. Storr believes there is some promising talent to come out of Ap-hat.
The Prime Minister came back from last year’s summer vacation with renewed energy. During the party leader debate during Arendal Week many commentators rolled him for six. After that the polls went down. Call it the kiss of death of political commentators.
Then it was just a dress rehearsal. Because there are elections this year. The fact that a journalist had to ask at a summer press conference whether Storr would avoid visiting multiple municipalities on the campaign trail because the government is so unsavory speaks volumes.
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