Siri Hall Arnøy

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Siri Hall Arnøy.

Siri Hall Arnøy (born 28 November 1978 in Oslo) is a former Norwegian politician for the Socialist Left Party.

She was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from Akershus in 2001, but was not re-elected in 2005. She then served in the position of deputy representative during the term 2005–2009.

Hall Arnøy is openly lesbian.[1]

In 2012 she took the PhD at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology with the thesis The Hopeful Hydrogen. Scientists Advocating Their Matter of Concern.[2]

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