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>> Norway's self-styled stability candidate taking to the stage after winning reelection.>>
The ruling minority coalition are set to secure a slender majority, but Reuters' Gladys Fouche in Oslo says Solberg's win is slightly tainted after losing some seats.>> Prime Minister Erna Solberg's margin with maneuver is slightly diminished from before. Before she relied on two partners in parliament, but she could play them against each other because she only needed one of them to have a majority in parliament.
This time round she needs both, so they will be looking to extract as much as they can for their support.>> A beaming Solberg told reporters it looked like a clear victory for the center-right, but her conservatives aren't even the largest party. Her main rivals, the Labor Party, again won the most seats.
And her coalition could run into trouble, with two allies in particular pushing a green energy agenda.>> One of the possible promises that the liberals might be looking for is, perhaps when it comes to oil sector, is that they may want to restrict oil exploration in the Arctic.
Which is the area where the oil sector in Norway, which is the key industry of this country, the largest industry in this county, is looking to develop further.>> Her second term might already be looking more problematic. But for the the tax-cutting Prime Minister it's also started on a historic note.