21-year-old Hadle Rasmus Bjuland from Jæren was elected as the new leader of KRF’s Young Christian Democrats (KRFU) on Saturday.
The 21-year-old was unanimously elected at the youth party’s national meeting on Saturday morning, the newspaper Dagen writes.
Bjuland wants the main party to take a tougher line, also when it comes to the Conservatives (H) and the Liberals (V). The KRF can also form a majority with the Labor Party (AP) and the Center Party (SP), Bjuland believes.
He has experience as a county leader in Aust-Agder KRFU, as well as as a communications consultant in the KRF.
Bjuland replaces Edel-Marie Haukland, who resigned after two terms.
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