Prime Minister Erna Solberg International Democrat Union
Erna solberg has been the prime minister of norway since 2013 and the leader of the conservative party (høyre) since 2004. solberg was born in bergen 24 february 1961. she is married to sindre finnes. the couple has two children. solberg holds a cand. mag. degree (in sociology, political science. Prime minister allen chastanet. prime minister erna solberg. chairman asia pacific democrat union . jan zahradil mep. ods, czech republic. The current party leader is the prime minister erna solberg. the party is a member of the international democrat union and an associate member of the european people's party . the party is traditionally a pragmatic and moderately conservative party strongly associated with the traditional elites within the civil service and norwegian business life. Erna solberg (norwegian: [ˈæ̀ːʁnɑ ˈsûːlbæʁɡ]; born 24 february 1961) is a norwegian politician serving as prime minister of norway since 2013 and leader of the conservative party since may 2004. she has been given the nickname "iron erna", inspired by margaret thatcher's nickname, the "iron lady". Norwegian prime minister erna solberg was fined by police friday for violating the country's covid 19 safety ban against gatherings of more than 10 people. "though the law is the same for all, all.
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Norwegian prime minister erna solberg has been fined for violating social distancing guidelines in the country amid the coronavirus pandemic police chief ole saeverud said at a news conference. Erna solberg cv prime minister norway equinor equinor . prime minister erna solberg | international democrat union idu.org. erna solberg | 16. oktober. Prime minister erna solberg will be travelling to ethiopia this weekend in connection with this year’s session of the assembly of the african union (au). the summit will bring together heads of state and government from most of the au’s 55 member states.
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