(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[8. June 2007] SV won an important victory when it became clear this week that the government will not submit a proposal for an age limit for so-called foster marriages. The case has been difficult for the government. Integration Minister Bjarne Håkon Hanssen has been an ardent supporter of such a measure to prevent forced marriage, but SV went out in the election campaign as guarantors against such an age limit. Ny Tid has previously criticized such a limit for being a discriminatory and inaccurate measure. The fact that the proposal is now not presented is an important victory.
Unfortunately, the victory is more. . .
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