2018 has really been an annus horribilis for Erna's government. After valgseieren in 2017, it has ballet on with difficulty. As we have discussed on kommentarplass earlier here in the Newspaper, the political year has been very unusual turbulent. According to political scientist Kim Arne Hammerstad, who has written a master's degree if they førtién of the biggest political scandals since the war, has since the 70's on average been slightly under one year. In 2018, there have been eight. All have admittedly not hit Tomorrow the crew, but she has had to swallow away a lot. Two mistillitserklæringer, Per Sandberg's boisterous departure, increasingly more selection from the autonomous part of the Frp and a number of statsrådsbytter. To the end was a little too much, even for Erna. During the presentation of the new oil and energy minister, she had to stop, take a breath and check in the paperwork to remember the name of his new employee ... eh. Kjell-Børge Freiberg! Welcome on board.THEN: Statsmnister Erna Solberg and KrF leader Knut Arild Hareide in happier times. Photo: Vidar Ruud / NTB scanpix Show more
And it is before we begin to talk about KrFs retningsvalg and abortstriden, which has characterized the whole of the autumn, weakened Conservative support and given Erna Solberg a scratch in the paint. In our latest poll, falls to the she five percentage points, so that the relatively modest 27 percent responding that Erna is the one that is best suited as prime minister in the country. Erna Solberg slammed a kjøttbein to Hareide-challenges Kjell Britain Ropstad - the opportunity to look at the a lot of mention of section 2C, and the right to fosterreduksjon - and got nearly all against him. Apart from the majority of the KrFs extraordinary items. A poll shows that only five per cent of the voters want to tighten the abortloven. At Right-the voters were the numbers even more horrific: just two per cent want to tighten into, the same as in the Labour party. Abortspørsmålet has been a huge tapersak for Erna Solberg, as she has won on.
what is it that really means something, after all? Erna Solberg now looks out to the clear that she has had that goal for years. She has prepared the ground for a bourgeois majority rule, after sonderingene now is finished and all the parties have said yes to going into negotiations. If everyone behaves nicely in the christmas season, and a piece out in January, Erna Solberg to form the first bourgeois flertallsregjeringen since Kåre Willoch in just over two years in the early 80's ruled over the country with the Progress and the centre party as regjeringspartnere. "
hardly someone who thought it was possible. And the irony is that had it might not have happened if Knut Arild Hareide had been sitting quietly in the boat. KrFs man in control and konstitusjonskomiteen, Hans Fredrik Grøvan, was practically in the time to write mistillitserklæringen in the case of objektsikring, which in this case would have felled the government and paved the way for Jonas Gahr Støre as prime minister. Grøvan came on better thoughts. This had, after all, just decided to go in sonderinger about regjeringssamarbeid with the Right, so Grøvan ended instead with severe criticism. After the intense maktspillet about KrFs, the government and the Norwegian politikks future, ended Knut Arild Hareide as this year's most popular taper, and Erna Solberg as this year's least popular winner. She live well with it.
This fall have shown the format Erna Solberg has that maktpolitiker. It is so great that voters have had to hold their nose. Capabilities come in handy when she has to collect the four parties, a far more sprawling assembly than the one she now had to deal with. The idea is of course that it is easier to handle disagreement when it happens internally in the government. They can argue finished before they come to Parliament. But it is hard fronts. Frp is weakened on the measurements, and looks with dislike to give up on statsrådsposter and heaviness in the regjeringsprosjektet. They will have paid for. The left must sharpen the profile in order not to disappear into the political oblivion. The progress must receive clear support to compensate for the fact that abortloven still not going to be restricted in any significant degree. Immigration policy, climate and environmental policy and costly s to find their happy redemption under Erna's management. Before the parties will begin to mark the primærstandpunkter in the Parliament.
Of human respect, I believe there is reason to wish the prime minister a quiet, peaceful christmas.the Government's gradebook: Few peaks and many flops