(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[16. February 2007] Siv Jensen was strategically and rhetorically sparkling when she opened the Storting's Question Time on Wednesday. She congratulated the Prime Minister on pursuing a pure Labor Party policy – without a trace of the government partners in important matters, especially in environmental and security policy. This is SV's biggest fear, and it is of course painful for the party to accept that Norway is now sending new soldiers to Afghanistan. Opponents of NATO had to give up their basic views in the government declaration, now the party must endure even more Norwegian soldiers in war. It is no wonder that SV is now discussing what they are actually achieving in government.
To Ny Tid, Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre says that SV should. . .
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