Norwegian Young Conservatives

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Norwegian Young Conservatives
Chairman Kristian Tonning Riise
Founded 1922
Ideology Liberal conservatism
Mother party Conservative Party of Norway
International affiliation International Young Democrat Union (IYDU)
European affiliation Youth of the European People's Party (YEPP)
Nordic affiliation Nordic Young Conservative Union (NUU)

Norwegian Young Conservatives (Norwegian: Unge Høyres Landsforbund, UHL, normally referred to as Unge Høyre) is a Norwegian youth party. Its ideology is liberal conservatism, and the party is in many ways more liberal than its mother party, Conservative Party of Norway. Paul Joakim Sandøy succeeded Henrik Asheim as leader in 2012.

The party has 4400 members as of 2012[1]



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