King Harald to continue as the king, states the NTB. Closer a not news, it is difficult to get, but the message has relevance. The majority in the Parliament sees no reason to change Norway's form of government from monarchy. During a vote earlier this week voted 36 representatives to abolish the monarchy. Even though the number seems modest, there is still reason to note two circumstances. The republicans in Parliament have been several, and they are scattered on all parties, except the centre party.
Proposal republic got in the years the support from all in the SV and 14 from the Labor party. The same applied to six out of eight from the Left, two from the Right, and one from the progress party, MDG, and Red. When the matter last came up in 2016 was the proposal rejected by 28 against 135 votes and three years before it voted 11 for the republic. The mood of the republic is on the rise among the elected officials, but it is far again. It required two thirds majority in Parliament to change the government.Lubricant which threaten all the trust Manager
If we look at the mood in the people is fairly stable. The past twenty years, support for the monarchy fluctuated between 60 and 80 per cent. A study from the TNI Gallup in 2016 quoted 67.1 per cent for the monarchy and 32.9 for the republic. It means bl.a. that monarchy is better than the other major tradisjonsbæreren: Religion. In the population as a whole sees 40 per cent of themselves as christians while 39 per cent say they are atheists, according to a measurement from the Response Analysis in the same year.
King Harald is safe on the throne. From the referendum in 1905, through the unifying leadership during the second world war and until now, the royal family earned a great political and emotional capital in people. The royal family works very actively to increase and develop this social capital. The recipe is meaningful tasks, high tempo and a rock-solid commitment.
No one knows better that Norway only has a royal family as long as it has the broad support of the people and perceived as relevant. It is becoming increasingly more demanding, not least because kongerollen have a political component to work. A king or queen can never go forrest in the development of our society, but must also not be located at the back. Harold nyttårstaler reflects this balansegangen where the political is always associated with broad values. When the crown prince a time, Haakon 8., he must develop new tasks in the role of head of state. Otherwise he risks to become Norway's 65. and the last king.< p> the Men own all - planning new hyttekjøp Dagbladet Plus