(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[15. September 2006] This week is one year since the Norwegian people gave the red-green government their confidence. Lately, many have regretted it. Finance Minister Kristin Halvorsen and Minister of Labor and Social Inclusion Bjarne Håkon Hanssen are the ones who must take most of the responsibility for the fact that working life organizations will have major problems in trusting agreements with the government again. But in the shadow of the sick pay scheme, it is also time to take a look at what the various ministers have accomplished when the government soon celebrates its one-year anniversary.
Minister for Children and Equality Karita Bekkemellem is a skilled and passionately committed lady. That is not the will. . .
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