Progress Party leader Siv Jensen at a press conference in Oslo on Monday, where she said the repatration of an Isis member was “the last straw” as she pulled her party out of Norway’s governing coalition. Photo: EPA-EFE
Progress Party leader Siv Jensen at a press conference in Oslo on Monday, where she said the repatration of an Isis member was “the last straw” as she pulled her party out of Norway’s governing coalition. Photo: EPA-EFE

Norway’s governing coalition collapses in dispute over Isis woman’s repatriation

  • Country’s populist Progress Party pulls out, leaving Prime Minister Erna Solberg without majority in parliament
  • Woman married to two jihadist fighters was brought back to Norway with two children on humanitarian grounds, as son was very ill

Topic |   Nordic nations
Progress Party leader Siv Jensen at a press conference in Oslo on Monday, where she said the repatration of an Isis member was “the last straw” as she pulled her party out of Norway’s governing coalition. Photo: EPA-EFE
Progress Party leader Siv Jensen at a press conference in Oslo on Monday, where she said the repatration of an Isis member was “the last straw” as she pulled her party out of Norway’s governing coalition. Photo: EPA-EFE
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