It is not without because regjeringsforhandlingene between the Progress, Right, Left, and Right takes time. The distance between the parties is at times very great – both ideologically and in practical politics. The conservative will find along with the liberals. The reactionary will agree with the progressive.
Biotechnology is a good example. Ever since the Solberg-government took power in 2013 has KrFs reactionary bone stood planted on the brake. Even though it was probably the majority in the Parliament for the softening of the strict prohibition in the bioteknologiloven, got Better it all put on hold.
It worked well the first few years. Of fear to make Knut Arild Hareides party to overløpere, exposed the government the treatment of a variety of inflamed questions.
In the year turned, however, the Right in question about egg donation. After a long and intense debate on most items, defied the majority leadership and voted to open for that women without their own eggs can get the benefit of the donor. To loudly protest from the Sector, which suddenly was the only party on the høyresida that will prohibit it.
the Decision increased the tension between the Right Sector, as well as weakened the latter's position. With the majority against itself, the country's christian democrats find other ways to find your way. The best option is probably to lock the question in his favor by going into government.
Where are we now. The last few weeks have therefore both Kjell Britain Ropstad and Olaug Bollestad argued that the best they can for why it is harmful for children to have a biological mother who is not also the source of genetic origin.
Hopefully to deaf ears. The arguments against allowing egg donation is largely based on emotions and unfounded claims. All indications are that eggdonasjonsbarn live as good life as others.
Since both the Right, Left, and Progress will allow egg donation, must Better be prepared to sacrifice a lot to win. A possibly Better-ifrs, however, will be very unpopular in the other parties.
But it is not inconceivable that the Right, the political Right and the Left bends. As KrFU-leader Martine Tønnessen said to NRK: "I have difficult to see for me that it is possible for the Sector to sit in a government that allows egg donation in Norway." KrFs hope is that Solberg is just as open to betray the Conservative landsmøtevedtak here as she is in the abortspørsmålet.
This paper have little understanding for politicians who find joy and meaning in to deny fellow human beings familielykke. We hope, therefore, progressive forces succeed in Hadeland, and that the Sector is being forced to take reactionary fingers of the breaks in this place.From the egg to the doom Comment