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Christian Tybring-Gjedde, FRP | Christian Tybring-Gjedde gives up – the management wanted him out

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Christian Tybring-Gjedde, FRP |  Christian Tybring-Gjedde gives up – the management wanted him out

On Thursday, Frp politician Christian Tybring-Gjedde tells Aftenposten that he resigns to the Storting after next year’s election.

– I am not motivated to take another term in the Storting, he tells the newspaper.

It is happening in the same week that two profiles in the party have signed up in the fight for a parliamentary seat from Oslo in the 2025 election:

Former Minister of Justice Tor Mikkel Wara and leader of the youth party FpU, Simen Velle, want respectively 1st and 2nd place on the party’s list in the capital.

Wara was Minister of Justice between 2018 and 2019, but resigned when her partner Laila Bartheussen was arrested in The Bertheussen case.

Was wanted out

Tybring-Gjedde tells Aftenposten that the process has been messy, and that he suspects that the “complete package solution” with Wara and Velle has been “managed”.

A list with Wara at the top and Velle in 2nd place is in line with what the party leadership has wanted for a long time, Nettavisen can tell.

Several sources close to both the party leadership nationally and centrally in Oslo Frp say independently that this has been a process that has been going on behind the scenes for a long time, with the aim of removing Christian Tybring-Gjedde from the Storting list.

Nettavisen has requested a comment from Frp leader Sylvi Listhaug. Via his press manager, Haakon Sandvik, Listhaug answers briefly:

– It is the nomination meeting in Oslo that decides nominations in the county. Of course, the party leadership does not agree to that.

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Tybring-Gjedde has sat in the Storting since 2005, and over the years has become a controversial politician. He is seen by many in the party as controversial, contentious and conservative.

In the county team, Tybring-Gjedde is seen by many as having little influence in the party’s parliamentary group. There he is a “lone wolf”, according to sources high up in the county team.

He is also criticized for having been barely visible in the party’s local election campaign last year.

The FRP has long struggled with the polls in the capital. The party got 17.6 percent in 2009, but has not been above 10 percent in a parliamentary poll in the city since 2017. In 2021, they ended up at 6 percent and only one mandate.

Where Tybring-Gjedde is more nationally conservative, the competitors Wara and Velle are seen as more liberal.

Several in the party have reacted to events with Tybring-Gjedde.

  • During the election campaign in 2021, he gave a 15-year-old offer of a thousand if she took off her hijab.
  • In 2019, Tybring-Gjedde suggested that the party should go in a national conservative direction, and delete “liberalist” from the party programme.
  • Back in 2014 criticized Tybring-Gjedde The West’s fierce condemnation of Vladimir Putin after the invasion of the Crimean peninsula, contrary to the FRP’s line in government.
  • Tybring-Gjedde has nominated Donald Trump for the peace prize, and in 2016 was criticized by Erna Solberg (H) for saying that “putting food in the mouths of poor children” causes the population to increase and they need even more assistance.
  • I 2011 he regretted on certain sections of his book “Drøm fra Disneyland”, among other things about Norwegian culture being marginalized and the Labor Party which wants to “replace Norwegian culture with multiculturalism.”
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Wara is a favorite

According to what Nettavisen is told, Wara is the favorite for 1st place on the list.

Simen Velle has good opportunities to come second, but has a job to do in establishing contact with the grassroots party teams in the county team. Velle is from Asker. He works from Oslo as FpU leader, but has never had any formal role in Oslo Frp.

Aina Stenersen is very relevant for 3rd place on the list. Stenersen has been elected in Oslo for 26 years and was the 3rd candidate also in the last parliamentary election. She has said she wants a place on the list.

Stenersen was the 1st candidate in the local elections in 2019. In 2021, she beat Carl I. Hagen in a contested vote for 3rd place on the Oslo Frp’s list.

Stenersen, for his part, has been very active in the various district teams over the past year, leading up to the nomination battle. It is unknown whether Stenersen wants to challenge Velle for 2nd place or whether she will be satisfied with 3rd place.

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