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Good for the city

The fact that Grete Horntvedt has left his position is good for Oslo. But it does not solve the problems behind the corruption scandal.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

[29. September 2006] City Development Council Grete Horntvedt in Oslo resigned on Wednesday, September 27, together with Chairman of the Board Signe Horn in Undervisningsbygg. It was a wise decision. The City Council in particular could be seated if she wanted to, but as the chief responsible for the municipal enterprise Education Building, it is right to take the consequence of the extensive fraud and corruption scandal that has been revealed. It was Horn and Horntvedt's responsibility to provide control routines that would make such an impossibility.

Horntvedt has in recent years become known as the urban development agency. . .

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