After the parliamentary election the country has gained a unifying government with a prime minister, Aps Jens Stoltenberg, who says he has a long-term perspective for this government. They should be able to go to elections in four years as an alternative, and more periods thereafter.
The Prime Minister of the new government is an ardent supporter of Norwegian EU membership. His statement in the newspaper Nationen on March 14, 2005 after the European Movement's annual meeting says something about his Soria Moria, his future dream: «It is important to have no-people in the AP: Firstly because they become yes-people. And the most important thing: Because the Labor Party must also get votes from EU opponents, if there is a majority for parties that want EU membership in the Storting ». . . .
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