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- The Norwegian Parliament
- This is the Norwegian Parliament's official web site. On this site you will find information about the Storting, its members, the administration and the Norwegian political system - and more.
- Norwegian Royal House
- This is the official website of the Royal House of Norway. It provides information about the Royal Family, the Monarchy today, history, residences, the Royal Court and current activities.
- Office of the Prime Minister - Norway
- The office of the Prime Minister assists the Prime Minister in leading and coordinating the work of the Norwegian Government.
- Government of Norway
- This is the official website of the Government of Norway. It includes the latest press releases from the Government as well as access to the various Ministries.
- Official Documentation and Information from Norway (ODIN)
- ODIN - Official Documentation and Information in Norway - is a joint electronic publication for information from the Government and the ministries of Norway. The ODIN was launched in August 1995, and was designed as a pilot project to run until the end of 1996. From January of this year the ODIN is established as the permanent central web-server for the Norwegian Government, the Office of the Prime Minister and the ministries.
The Monarchy, government, political systemNorway and the European Union
- Governments on the WWW
- This is a comprehensive database of governmental institutions on the World Wide Web: parliaments, ministries, offices, law courts, embassies, city councils, public broadcasting corporations, central banks, multi-national organisations and political parties are all included. This database has been online since June 1995 and as of April 1999 contains more than 12000 entries from 219 countries and territories. This list will link the viewer directly to the websites of many agencies of the Norwegian government - some of which only offer information in Norwegian.
Norwegian Government on the WWW
- The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU)
- The IPU is the world organization of parliaments of sovereign States. It was established in 1889. The Union is the focal point for world-wide parliamentary dialogue and works for peace and co-operation among peoples and for the firm establishment of representative democracy.
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