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What changes could Norway's election bring?

Published måndag 9 september 2013 kl 16.18
Swedish Social Democrats and Moderates observe Norwegian vote
(2:25 min)
A new government could soon be in place in the Norwegian parliament, Stortinget. Photo: Julia Milder/Sveriges Radio.

Norwegians are casting their votes today, in an election that exit polls predict will end in a defeat for the Labour prime minister of the last eight years, Jens Stoltenberg.

And the right-wing populist Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet) may head into government as a junior partner in a centre-right coalition led by Erna Solberg's Conservative Party (Høyre).

Radio Sweden reports on what this change of power in Sweden's closest neighbour will mean.

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