Prime Minister Erna Solberg censored by Facebook

Prime Minister Erna SolbergPrime Minister Erna Solberg.Photo: Terje Pedersen / NTB scanpix

Erna Solberg’s Facebook posts with the Vietnam picture has been removed by the giant.

– It is Facebook that has removed the image from the Prime Minister’s account.

We must now look at what we can do about it. Facebook cannot continue to censor world history, said Secratary of State Mr Sigbjørn Aanes to the newsagency .The picture was removed whilst Solberg was on flight to Trondheim.

Several other ministers also uploaded the picture to their Facebook pages today, and for the majority of them the pictures have now been removed.

The Prime Minister’s Office is considering re-launching the picture.


Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today





1 Comment on "Prime Minister Erna Solberg censored by Facebook"

  1. Meena Satish Solanki | 22. January 2018 at 14:22 |

    Thanking you Hon’ble Prime Minister of Norway. Bhartiya women will get nobel prize for literature, science, economics etc. Mother Teresa got Nobel Prize Peace. My request: Poor countries women should be encouraged. Africa continent, Asia continent. Your speeech, ideas should be translated in many languages. You visit poor countries. This will inspire. New generation girls will be encouraged. Thanking you Satish Solanki, Meena Solanki Bharat

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