Jonas Gahr Støre's government
Jonas Gahr Støre's government has been Norway's government since 14 October 2021, with Jonas Gahr Støre as Prime Minister. It is a minority government and consists of the Labor Party (Labor Party) and the Center Party (Social Democrats). Including Prime Minister Støre, the government has 19 ministers: 11 from the Labor Party and 8 from the Center Party.
Background and government formation
The government took office as a result of the red-green election in the 2021. Storting election.
On 23 September 2021, the Labor Party, the Center Party and the Socialist Left Party began surveys at Hurdalsjøen Hotel in Hurdal to clarify whether there was a basis for negotiating a majority government. Six days later, SV chose to withdraw from the polls, after concluding that they could not agree on issues such as oil policy, emissions cuts, nature conservation, taxes and welfare.
Shortly after the Socialist Left Party withdrew from the polls, Jonas Gahr Støre and Trygve Slagsvold Vedum announced that they would begin negotiations on a platform for a minority government consisting of the Labor Party and the Center Party. At the same time, Støre chose to point to SV as a natural partner in the Storting. The Labor Party and the Socialist People's Party agreed on 8 October 2021 to form a government, and the Hurdal platform was presented on 13 October 2021.
Erna Solberg's government resigned on 12 October 2021 and served as Ministry of Commerce until the new government took over on 14 October 2021 at 12 noon.
In Støre's Council on 14 October 2021 at 10 am, Støre's government was appointed, with effect from 12 noon. Two ministers were held on this day; at 12 o'clock the division of labor and responsibilities was adopted, and state secretaries were appointed.