"A miljökonflikt have arisen in the negotiations on a new regeringsunderlag in Norway."
"Trine Skei Grande, leader of the liberal Party, stormed out of the negotiations with the reason of the big differences with the populist progress party (FRP) and the christian democrat Kristelig Folkeparti (KRF), reports NRK. Sources in all the four participating parties is indicative of a upset mood."
"the Party came to the negotiations with a long list of environmental proposals, including new regulations for the oil industry. FRP wants on its side, the lower the emissions charges for the gasoline and diesel cars and scrap a new method of measurement for emissions."
"the Talks follows Kristelig Folkeparti during the fall decided to seek a seat in the right-wing government. In order to find a common platform prime minister Erna Solberg, who leads the largest government party, stavanger, oslo, gathered FRP, Venstre and KRF at a hotel just north of Oslo. The negotiations have dragged on for several days."