- This type of cases contributes to the fact that people may lose confidence in us in Parliament, she says to NRK.
the Investigation of stortingspolitiker Mazyar Keshvari (Frp), which is charged with aggravated fraud in connection with the filing of travel expense reports and that the weekend was arrested and charged with serious threats, is a part of this picture.
In Keshvaris case, there is a deputy and former progress party chairman Carl I. Hagen, who enters.
member of parliament Morten Wold (progress party) advocated that it should be easier for stortingsrepresentanter to get the exemption.
- It is conceivable that a representative who commits a serious crime and is convicted for it, may not be deemed fit to continue stortingsvervet his. But I think it is far for such a proposal, " he says.
today it is very much to for being deprived of the office of member of parliament.
(NTB)Police confiscated several weapons