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May about Giske-case: - Varslerne has received a new confirmation

Trond Giske has today received a letter from the Ap leader Jonas Gahr Støre and secretary Kjersti Stenseng.

They have not considered the gender equality act in connection with the varslingssakene against Giske.

In a press release from January last year, wrote however, the party that:

Giske-alerts: - He should not gain new confidence

"the Labour party has completed the processing of alerts about sexual harassment from Giske and come to the fact that in several of the cases have been the breach of the party's policy against sexual harassment."

- states the conclusion from last year

Hadia May, the deputy head of the Ap, is currently at an annual meeting in Orkland Ap. She writes in an sms to Dagbladet:

"Jonas and Kjersti have treated the warnings against Trond Giske, both last winter and now. I see that they state that the conclusion from the 25. January in the year that the policy against sexual harassment was broken, still stands by the team. Varslerne has so confirmed this yet again".

Støre: - the Conclusion against Giske

Dagbladet was in contact with the Giske Thursday night.

- Store and Stenseng also writes that there is nothing in the way of political positions in the party? Does it mean that you now have the "sonet finished"?

- Yes, I'm glad that they state that these cases do not preclude that I can contribute fully in the party. I look forward to go fully into the work of the stortingsgruppa, on the grassroots in the party and fagbevegelse around the country and in Trøndelag, " says Giske.

In the sms-a printer May following:

"For the party it will now be an advantage to have the peace of mind to drive policy development and preparation for lokalvalget in the autumn".

Trond Giske: -Glad and relieved

She did not want to comment on the case further on Thursday evening.

Giske: - Relieved

Trond Giske has earlier today posted the letter on his own Facebook page.

The letter states that, among other things:

"In your letter you highlight your view that "none of the cases involves some form of harassment." At the same time take "responsibility where I have been conscious enough at my role and position of power in some social and private contexts". We take your point of view to the intelligence".

"the Party has in its treatment of cases not given any grading of severity, and has not seen it as its task to assess whether there is a breach of the likestillingslovens provisions on sexual harassment. The party has therefore not drawn such a conclusion".

One year after the so-called Giske case, with warnings about inappropriate behaviour towards several women, raging in the Ap, is now a kind of formal an end.

I'm relieved that the party was so clearly says that the cases against me has not been assessed against the likestillingslovens provisions on sex harassment, " says Trond Giske to Dagbladet in the evening, on the way into to the general assembly in Malvik Ap in the county.

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