Norway's incoming government pledges to offshore wind, while oil could sow strife

Late Monday evening, the country's vote tally clearly showed Labour, the Centre Party and the Socialist Left Party receiving most votes. Now the work to find common ground on several important matters begins.

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After Norway's general election ended Monday evening local time, it became clear that Conservative Party Prime Minister Erna Solberg will not retain her role. Meanwhile, Labour Party leader Jonas Gahr Støre appears the victor.

Thus far, the vote tally shows that Labour, the Centre Party and the Socialist Left Party have combined surpassed the necessary threshold of 85 mandates out of 169 in total.

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