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Red argument for the monarchy

As a progressive moral force and symbol of national unity, the Norwegian monarchy is well worth preserving.


Every year the SV has carried out a ritual duty in the Storting: Proposal to introduce a republic. The representatives have never seemed to promote their mandatory proposal with particular enthusiasm. They have almost apologized for the proposal, knowing that it will routinely be voted down by an overwhelming parliamentary majority and rejected by a massive majority of people. But since the SV has established a republic, so must the annual duty run, with good mines to delete games. On the other hand, there has never been a proper debate on the monarchy and the republic in the party.

Hence this attempt to establish a socialist argument in favor of the kingdom. The common argument that the monarchy is out of date, and is old-fashioned and out of date, is a typical cultural radical argument,. . .

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