The government parties Høyre, Venstre and KrF continued negotiations with Frp on the state budget on Saturday afternoon.
The meeting at 5 pm was short-lived, writes NRK. After just under ten minutes, an unsuspecting FRP had been informed that the governing parties wanted to end the negotiations in the Storting and rather lift them up one level. This is to get better progression in the negotiations.
– Now there are some questions in the negotiations that remain as the government parties have warned the FRP that must be taken at party leader level so that the negotiations continue there, said Conservative fiscal policy spokesman Mudassar Kapur on his way out of the meeting.
He would not go into what questions this is about, but says that they are in agreement on the decision.
FRP’s chief negotiator Sylvi Listhaug confirms to VG that the negotiations are now continuing at party leader level.
– Exactly where we are now, we believe that it is right to continue the negotiations with the party leaders, says the Liberal Party’s Ola Elvestuen.
When the party leaders will meet is still unclear.
The negotiations are overtime. The government parties had a deadline of 10 o’clock on Saturday to enter their comments and figures in the financial setting, a deadline that was thus broken.
The parties finally have a deadline to submit the financial recommendation on Friday 27 November, while the financial debate in the Storting will be held on 3 December.(Terms)Copyright Dagens Næringsliv AS and / or our suppliers. We would like you to share our cases using a link, which leads directly to our pages. Copying or other form of use of all or part of the content, can only take place with written permission or as permitted by law. For further terms see here.
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