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These lost their place

SV's steering group shrank with eight representatives.


SV's decline in the parliamentary elections means that a number of their representatives lose their seats in the Storting. Here is an overview of those who now have to go back to their old job or find a new one. The new one may well come as a minister, secretary of state or adviser to the Storting. There is little doubt that the management wants to use more of those whom the people in elections would not have back at the thing. The eight who were not re-elected were all elected to the Storting for the first time in 2001.

Siri Hall Arnøy was the second candidate on the list in Akershus. She was first elected in 2001, and has throughout the period represented the party in the Control and Constitution Committee.

Audun Lysbakken did not reach her second place on the Hordaland list. Lysbakken came from a job as a journalist in the Class Fight straight into the Storting in 2001. He has served on the Finance Committee.

Ingvild Vaggen Malvik from Sør-Trøndelag has defended the environmental and energy policy for SV together with Hallgeir Langeland in the environment and energy committee.

Kjetil Bjørklund has represented SV for the last four years as the party's Oppland representative. He has served on the defense committee.

For the past four years Nordland has had two SV representatives, Geir-Ketil Hansen and Åsa Elvik. Now Elvik continues alone. Geir-Ketil Hansen has had a seat on the transport committee.

Former head of Nature and Youth and the Nature Conservation Association Heidi Sørensen from Oslo lost their place. She has served on the Transport Committee.

Heidi Grande Røys from Sogn og Fjordane was not re-elected. She has served on the Finance Committee.

The Union case and industrial policy did not help Sigbjørn Molvik from Telemark. Nor was he re-elected. Molvik has served on the social committee.

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