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Norway appoints immigration hardliner Sandberg as new justice minister
Per Sandberg. Photo: Audun Braastad / NTB scanpix
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Minister of fisheries and a member of the anti-immigration Progress Party (FrP) Per Sandberg is temporarily replacing Sylvi Listhaug as Norway's Minister of Justice, Public Security and Immigration.

bestikkskuff i plast 58-year-old Sandberg, who is also considered close to the FrP's populist wing, has often made headlines in the media.

store ufrivillige bevegelser i beina In 1997, a court slapped him with a 3,000 kroner (around 400 euros) fine for hitting an asylum seeker from the former Yugoslavia at a late-night party at his home.

smart organizing monitor sp112 "I don't remember who started it, but the headbutting went off like a pure reflex and then it was over," Sandberg wrote in his 2013 memoir.

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partner institution bi "Good news guys! If you've ever been convicted of violence against an asylum seeker, then the FrP has a job for you as acting Minister of Justice and Immigration," another tweet said.

forest survey 2017 Listhaug, who had been under fire for over a week, announced her resignation on Facebook, sparing Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg from calling a vote of confidence in the government, whose outcome was uncertain.

carson mccullers yksinaeinen sydaen In a Facebook post on March 9th, Listhaug shocked the nation when she accused the opposition Labour Party of considering that "the rights of terrorists are more important than the security of the nation".

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