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Motion of no confidence against Tonje Brenna (Ap) failed – E24

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Motion of no confidence against Tonje Brenna (Ap) failed – E24

The no-confidence motion that the Progress Party tabled against the Minister of Labor and Inclusion in the Storting on Tuesday was, as expected, only supported by the FRP itself.

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The FRP tabled the proposal on Tuesday morning as a so-called loose proposal that was to be voted on during the processing of the competence recommendation from the control committee.

Shortly before the decision in the competency cases was made public on 28 February, the committee became aware that Ap deputy leader and Minister of Labor and Inclusion Tonje Brenna (Ap) became aware of a possible competency problem already in the spring of 2022. The control committee believes that they should have become familiar with this information much earlier.

Against this background, the Progress Party tabled a motion of no confidence.

– Brenna has deliberately chosen to withhold information from the Storting during the processing of the control case. It is very serious, said Frp deputy leader Hans Andreas Limi NRK Tuesday morning.

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