Norway’s Stortinget (parliament) building. The next parliamentary elections in Norway are scheduled for September 13, 2021. Photo credit: Wikimedia/John Erling Blad (CC BY-SA 2.5)
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Norway holds parliamentary elections on September 13, 2021. Voters will elect all 169 members of the Stortinget, the country’s unicameral parliament. Members of parliament will then choose the prime minister, who is the head of government.
Mike Avila, The Points Guy (April 22, 2021): Norway’s Green Party wants personal flight quotas to reduce air travel demand
Mette Wiggen, openDemocracy (February 18, 2021): As Norway’s far Right declines in popularity, a new populist force rises
Reuters (February 18, 2021): Norway’s Right-Wing Populist Party Leader Jensen To Step Down
David Toms, Jacobin (February 4, 2021): 2021 Will Be a Make-or-Break Year for Norway’s Left
Emily Schultheis, The Atlantic (September 12, 2017): What Right-Wing Populists Look Like in Norway
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Updated May 12, 2021