‘Folkeaksjonen Nei’ to more toll (FNB) could get a hand on the wheel in the capital after the election. Høyre and the Frp have opened the way for cooperation.
‘’I do not have the most detailed FNB party program, but see that they have the same view as us in several areas. Among other things, they are against property taxes, they are for free school choices, and for privately run nursing homes and kindergartens. These are things we agree on” said Høyres city council leader, Eirik Lae Solberg to Dagsavisen newspaper.
Frp’s Aina Stenersen was also positive about the newcomer.
‘’It is great that parties that are against tolls get so much support.
And it is up to them to cooperate with us. They are most welcome’’ said Stenersen.
FNB recently received 9.1 percent support in a party barometer for Oslo carried out by Respons Analysis for VG newspaper.
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