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New KrF-veto make Støre upset

In Parliament was an to a the wide majority for a number of legislative changes that would have opened for egg donation, assisted reproduction for single people

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New KrF-veto make Støre upset

In Parliament was an to a the wide majority for a number of legislative changes that would have opened for egg donation, assisted reproduction for single people and early ultrasound. Now there will be nothing of.

the Cause is a formulation in the new regjeringsplattformen which states that there should not be changes in the bioteknologiloven, unless all four parties agree.

- We have been given the right of veto, stated the KrF-deputy chairman Kjell Britain Ropstad when the agreement was presented on Thursday evening.


Ap-leder Jonas Gahr Støre reacts vigorously on the formulation and believes that the Sector has got too big and ifrs.

VICTORY: For KrF-deputy chairman Kjell Britain Ropstad, it was a great victory to get a veto over changes in the bioteknologiloven. Here with the counselors Stig-Øyvind Blystad and Jorun Hallaråker. Photo: Nina Hansen / DAGBLADET Show more

- A blank veto to the Progress is in conflict with the three other parties vision and the go across of what a wide majority in Parliament think about these questions. A small minority have secured a small majority to put the foot down for modern progress, " says Støre and continues:

- A government must ensure that the population gets access to new medicines and modern therapies, within the ethical framework that we can accept. A blank veto to Progress is not to fulfill this responsibility, " says Støre.

Would have been Better in the face

the Labour party would even be happy to collaborate with the Sector in the government, and Støre admits towards the newspaper Dagbladet that the Progress could have been given the green light for some of their særstandpunkter also in a collaboration with the left.

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We were in government with the centre party, which shares the view with the Progress in several of these cases. We would have listened to the KrFs opinions and catered to them, but what had been the outcome, we know not. But a blank veto like this, I have very hard to see for me, " says Støre.

He believes prime minister Erna Solberg argues untidy when she is in the debate about fosterreduksjon pulls out what is the practice in neighbouring countries.

For the first carried out fosterreduksjon in England, Spain and Denmark. In addition, egg donation, early ultrasound and assisted reproduction for single people allowed in Sweden and Denmark. So by her reasoning, there should also have been allowed in Norway, " he says.

Many questions

In the question about egg donation, assisted reproduction for single people and early ultrasound says the Ap, Right, the political Right and Left yes - which would have secured a broad majority in favour of such legislative changes in the Parliament.

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Also when it comes to stem cell research on fertilized eggs and mitokondriedonasjon is the four parties. The same applies to the screeningprogram for the newborn and the so-called NIPT test for pregnant women.

In all these cases goes the Progress against - and will regjeringsavtalen in hand effectively block any change.

When it comes to biotechnology, so is the majority in Parliament is not on our side. The platform ensures now the christian democratic party has a veto, called on the party's own websites.

Strong reactions

Also within the other three coalition parties are the reactions of the KrFs biotechnology-says strong.

I'm disappointed. We are going to continue to fight for both egg donation, surrogacy and to retain abortloven, as it is today, " says deputy Daniel Skjevik-Aasberg in the Young the Right to NTB.

It is a pity that changes that as well as the entire Parliament is for, being blocked by one party, istemmer Young Left-leader Sondre Hansmark.

- This will make sure Norway will hang long after, he says to NTB.


Also scientists react to the decision in regjeringsplattformen.

today, we are sad that the Sector has been given a right of veto for two years in the questions about early ultrasound, the prohibition against using NIPT-test and in the question about egg donation. It is for us incomprehensible that we should not drive with this in two years, " says klinikksjef Kjell Blix Salvesen by Kvinneklinikken at St. Olavs hospital, to Aftenposten.

NIPT test is a blood test that can reveal whether a fetus has the risk of kromosomfeil, such as Downs syndrome. Bioteknologirådet has previously advocated to expand the group that can be offered NIPT test instead of morkake or amniocentesis.

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