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The infidel ministers cried in a closed session

The infidel ministers cried in a closed session

I recently learned about Dagbladet that Development Minister Anne Bethe Tvinnereim (Sp) and SMK have implemented their action plan to bring in more aid money.

In the 2023 state budget, the government deviated from the goal of spending one percent of gross national income on aid.

Thus, 16 billion are “missing” from the aid budget for next year. Budget prioritization has angered Norwegian humanitarian organizations, who say the world’s poor will suffer greatly from budget cuts.

I got a promise

According to Dagbladet’s understanding, Tvinnereim was informed in late August by Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre (AP) that the crisis times in Europe would not affect the aid budget.

The one-percent target was set, and Store then reassured the development minister and her people, according to several sources.

These allegations were submitted to Jonas Gahr Store. The Prime Minister does not wish to comment on Dagbladet’s article.

crying

But then something happened. Within a few weeks, the tone was completely different.

During the budget conference on August 31, billions of aid vanished like dew from the sun in the state budget. Then it became clear to Tvinrim and her advisors that the government nonetheless Not It will achieve the goal of spending one percent of gross national income on aid.

Surprised: Development Minister Anne Beatie Tverem wasn't prepared for the big cuts in her budget when the government met at the budget conference.  Photo: Beate Oma Dahle / NTB

Surprised: Development Minister Anne Beatie Tverem wasn’t prepared for the big cuts in her budget when the government met at the budget conference. Photo: Beate Oma Dahle / NTB
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According to several sources, the infidel and angry Tvinnereim responded by breaking down in tears at a public hearing when the news broke to her.

Tvinnereim does not want to comment on Dagbladet’s claim.

Urgent meetings

wrote yesterday Dagbladet that five of Norway’s biggest aid actors have gone door to door in Parliament.

Save the Children, Norwegian Church Aid, Norwegian People’s Aid, UNICEF and the Norwegian Refugee Council are frustrated and deeply concerned about the aid cut.

Meetings were arranged in Parliament after the national budget was presented last Thursday.

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