Ruling Conservative-Led Bloc Wins Norway’s National Elections

The coalition led by the center-right Conservative Party won the final round of Norway’s national elections on Monday, in what was seen as a referendum on taxes, immigration, energy policy and European integration.

Ms. Solberg, 56, and her main coalition partner, the anti-tax, anti-immigration Progress Party, will wind up with 89 seats in the unicameral, 169-seat Parliament, assuming they have the continued support of two smaller centrist parties.

Another coalition led by the center-left Labor Party won 85 seats.

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