(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Steinar Lem's embrace of the EU's defense policy (in Ny Tid, among other things 26.8 and 16.9, editor's note) has obviously paralyzed the no-league, which responds with rhetorical reflexes in the columns here in Ny Tid. The provocation by a key figure in the radical environmental movement daring to swear in church and say yes to the EU on an environmental policy basis has led to a veritable onslaught against Lem. It does not help that his criticism is based on a recognition that it is time for new solutions to have a more environmentally friendly Norway. The no-side defends itself by saying that there has been no political majority for their solutions in this country. Why there should be a good argument against participating in an arena where such a political majority exists, is for me a mystery.
I guess that both Tine Larsen and Gullbjørg Røisli have had No to the EU's argumentation booklet in front of them when they wrote. . .
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