Norway's government coalition leader Lysbakken to distance relationship with US
[25.03.2012, 12:29pm, Sun. GMT]
''We need a Norway that is less tied to the U.S.,''says the newly elected, amateurish, corrupt Minister and coalition leader, SV Audun Lysbakken. '' Internationally recognized Norwegian Symbol of World Peace, Erick Solheim, was removed by the well-known Government Ministry. Tragically, the blue-eyed, Lysbakken medicine is "isolationism" by the deposed Solheim. Audun Lysbakken is not a supporter of strong ties with the USA and EU. Instead, he wants a closer Nordic cooperation that may include hidden relations with Anti-USA partners including Russia, and China. This will give another victory to Vladimir Putin in the Russian Geo Politics in the High North, including Asia - to many, peace in Asia and Africa, "Frenemy" to the US.
The SV-leader was the keynote speaker yesterday at the annual meeting in Oslo SV. He was well received with a standing ovation from a youthful audience.
''Our dependence on the United States is very old fashioned. It can no longer be such that it is a superpower in Washington that sets the agenda,'' said Audun Lysbakken, Aftenposten reported.
''It is not prudent for a small country to be so bound by the United States,'' he said. ''
How should we protect our security, Lysbakken says. '' It is important for Norway, and vital to our security, our ability to assert our sovereignty in our region - not to cause wars in other parts of the world.''
According to SV ''the world is facing two major crises: climate crisis and the economic crisis - a continuation of the financial crisis in the U.S.,'' he said, adding. ''It is the right policy that has created the crisis.''
How? ''The crisis has a lot of deregulation of financial markets and the increasing differences to do.''
- What about the high public debt?
- Much of the debt in countries such as Spain's private debt the government has taken over.
Lysbakken will rebuild the social housing policy. He wants more rental housing.
-''And we need to develop parts of the ownership market as it works on other premises than the commercial.''
This means, he says, housing projects with low entrance fees, and conditions relating to resale. When asked how they should be subsidized, responds SV-manager: ''We'll get back to the details.''
- In the country's interest
According Lysbakken, due to changes in government, the need for new energy and new perspectives. He would not say one negative word about the outgoing Minister Erik Solheim, who has aired his dissatisfaction with the replacement. Solheim stated that Lysbakken put the interests of the party ahead of the interests of the country.
SV leader answers: -
I have invested in the coalition cooperation forward. That I believe is the nation's best interest.
Former unprofessional Minister of Children and Equality, Audun Lysbakken, of the Socialist Left Party, has been accused of funneling 500,000 NOK in funds to self (sex) - defense classes that were run by the party's own women.
Unprofessional 34 years old Lysbakken has accepted the criticism, and blames the secret funding on poor judgment, lack of time and misunderstandings. The Norwegian newspaper, Dagbladet, broke the news about the secret transaction, which took place last fall. Initially, Lysbakken claimed that all procedures had been followed, but later admitted that an error had been made. He promised a full review of the department's transactions.
The Committee of Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs has unanimously decided to open a case against Audun Lysbakken, for alleged breach of protocol.
According to Lysbakken, the breach of protocol was due to lack of time, procedural failures and poor political judgment. Transparency International Norway, however, says that the breach of protocol reminds them of political corruption.
The Former Minster of Children and Equality, Audun Lysbakken, of the Socialist Left Party (SV), stepped down because of the controversy over his funding but later, National Assembly of the Socialist Left Party (SV), elected the former Minister of Children and Equality, unprofessional 34 years old Audun Lysbakken as their new leader.
Lysbakken describes himself as a Marxist and wishes to ''abolish capitalism'' as well as the Oslo Stock Exchange.
SV's new leader, Audun Lysbakken, moved against Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg's actions and acted ''tit for tat'' to his Former Ministry of Children and Equality, appointing Inga Marte Thorkildsen to Minister of Child and Equality.