Norwegian Labour Party

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Group.png Norwegian Labour Party  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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Interest ofBjarne Braatoy
SubpageNorwegian Labour Party/Leader
Norwegian Labour Party/Party Secretary

“The Labour Party is no damn Sunday school.”
Haakon Lie (1975)  [1]

 

Group

GroupStart
"The Fourth Service"1965

 

Party Members

PoliticianBornDiedDescription
Ronald Bye23 November 193724 September 2018
Espen Barth Eide1 May 1964Attended the 2013 Bilderberg as Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs
Torolf Elster27 May 19114 November 2006Norwegian Labour Party stalwart and Director-General of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation
Grete Faremo16 June 1955
Einar FørdeDirector-General of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation.
Christian Hambro18 May 1946Norwegian civil servant who attended the 2000 Bilderberg as Director of the Research Council of Norway
Gudmund Harlem24 July 191722 March 1988
Jens Haugland16 April 19102 May 1991
Håkon Haugli21 May 1969Labour Party politician who then worked for business association. CEO of Innovation Norway. Trilateral Commission.
Trond Johansen13 May 1924Spook and central deep state actor in Norway for more than 5 decades.
Trygve Lie16 July 189630 December 1968Norwegian politician. UN "Godfather" of the state of Israel
Odvar Nordli3 November 19279 January 2018
Berit Reiss-Andersen11 July 1954Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee
Kaare Sandegren18 March 192929 July 2021Norwegian Labour Party politician, trade Unionist and diplomat. Attended Bilderberg 1969 as deputy head of the foreign policy think tank NUPI.
Jonas Gahr Støre25 August 1960Prime Minister of Norway since 2021. Formerly chief of staff to Gro Harlem Brundtland at the World Health Organization.
Hadia Tajik18 July 1983"Crown princess of the Labour Party" supported by Gro Harlem Brundtland. Selected a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2016.
Ola Teigen11 February 193728 July 1970Leader of the Norwegian Labour Party's youth wing, who resigned after it was revealed the youth wing received funding from the Central Intelligence Agency.


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