Green Party (Norway)

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Green Party
SpokespersonRasmus Hansson[1]
Parliamentary leaderRasmus Hansson
Founded29. October 1988
IdeologyEnvironmentalism[2]
Political positionNo solid position[3]
ColoursGreen
Website
mdg.no

The Green party (Norwegian: Miljøpartiet de Grønne) is a green political party in Norway.[4] They gained one representative in the Storting (the Norwegian Parliament) in the 2013 election.[5] The representative, Rasmus Hansson, is also the spokesperson of the party.[6]

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  1. "MDG Intranett - Landsstyret". sites.google.com.
  2. "Politikk". Miljøpartiet De Grønne.
  3. https://www.mdg.no/politikk/faq
  4. "Om oss". Miljøpartiet De Grønne.
  5. https://www.stortinget.no/en/In-English/Members-of-the-Storting/Parliamentary-Party-Groups/Green-Party/
  6. https://www.mdg.no/stortinget

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