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Norwegian Labour Party

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Labour Party
LeaderJonas Gahr Støre
Parliamentary leaderHelga Pedersen
HeadquartersYoungstorget 2 A, 5th floor Oslo
Youth wingWorkers' Youth League
Membership200,500 (peak, 1950)[1]
55,869 (2011)[2]
IdeologySocial democracy
Political positionCentre-left
European affiliationParty of European Socialists
International affiliationSocialist International *
Nordic affiliationSAMAK
Slogan"Alle skal med"
("Everyone shall be included")
64 / 169
County Councils[3]
273 / 728
Municipal / City Councils[4]
3,373 / 10,781
Sami Parliament
14 / 39

* Formerly member of Comintern (1919–1923) and Labour and Socialist International (1938–1940).

The Norwegian Labour Party (Bokmål: Arbeiderpartiet) has been, since its founding in 1887, the main political party of the centre-left in Norway. It is currently the party of government in the country. It is the biggest party in Norway. The current party leader is Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre.

References[change | change source]

  1. Røed, Lars-Ludvig (7 January 2009). "Lengre mellom partimedlemmene i dag". Aftenposten.
  2. "Historisk økning i medlemstallet - Partiet - Arbeiderpartiet". Archived from the original on 2012-12-06. Retrieved 2012-11-09.
  3. "Valg 2011: Landsoversikt per parti" (in Norwegian). Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development. Retrieved 18 September 2011.
  4. "Arbeidarpartiet". Valg 2011 (in Norwegian). Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 18 September 2011.

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