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> And Israel result have their conservative party edging it,only with the backing of three other parties.
The ruling minority coalition is set to secure a slender majority. A beaming Solberg told supporters it looked like a clear victory for the center right on the night her main rivals, the Labor party failed to win enough seats for an outright majority.>>
That will likely mean more reliance on her coalition partners. It's still unclear whether their backing will come via a firm agreement or on a case-by-case basis. But for Europe top oil and gas producer. Energy might become a flash point. To pass the registration she will need the support of two green minded allies.
One want's to limit oil and gas exploration in the arctic. A second term might prove more problematic but for the tax cutting prime minister is also started on a historic note. She's the first head of a deserted led government to win re-election in over 30 years.>>