(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Coauthor: Truls Lie
Ny Tid has long been critical of the use of military operations to resolve conflicts and of the way Norwegian politicians and the media fire at enemy images and subsequent war operations. The Red Party by Bjørnar Moxnes, for its part, is now promoting four proposals for resolutions in the Storting (Representative proposal 68 S (2018-2019). We discuss the points below with Moxnes.
"For the past 20 years, the political elite has thrown wrecks on Norway's centuries-long peace tradition." Bjørnar Moxnes
Suggestion 1: "The parliament is asking the government to investigate how many people were killed and injured by the bombs dropped by Norwegian fighter jets over Libya."
The Libya Committee's 260 pages long statement to the Storting last year is now under consideration The Storting's Foreign and Defense Committee for setting to Parliament 27. March. Will the Storting be able to draw new lessons about future Norwegian efforts in international operations? Norway released 588 bombs from Norwegian fighter jets over Libya.
Moxnes points out to Ny Tid: "We must have a proper settlement with the Libyan war, not this make-up version from the former foreign minister. . .
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