List of members of the Parliament of Norway, 1989–93

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List of all members of Stortinget in the period 1989 to 1993. The list includes all who were elected to Stortinget.

There were a total of 165 representatives, distributed among 63 to the Norwegian Labour Party, 37 to Conservative Party, 22 to Progress Party, 17 to Socialist Left Party, 14 to Christian Democrats, 11 to Centre Party and 1 to Framtid for Finnmark.

The 8 the leveling seats went to Akershus (3), Hordaland (1), Oslo (1), Rogaland (2) and Østfold (1).

Aust-Agder[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Brit Hoel Norwegian Labour Party
Tore A. Liltved Conservative Party
Jens Marcussen Progress Party
Helga Haugen Christian Democrats

Vest-Agder[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Sigurd Verdal Norwegian Labour Party
John G. Bernander Conservative Party
Jon Lilletun Christian Democrats
Vidar Kleppe Progress Party
Aud Blattmann Norwegian Labour Party

Akershus[edit]

3 Leveling seats.

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Jo Benkow Conservative Party
Reiulf Steen Norwegian Labour Party Appointed ambassador to Chile in July 1992. Was replaced by Harald Løbak Thoresen and later Solveig Torsvik.
Fridtjof Frank Gundersen Progress Party
Kaci Kullmann Five Conservative Party
Helen Marie Bøsterud Norwegian Labour Party
Tora Aasland Socialist Left Party
Jan Petersen Conservative Party
Thor-Eirik Gulbrandsen Norwegian Labour Party
Finn Thoresen Progress Party Independent as of November 2, 1992
Eva R. Finstad Conservative Party
Anneliese Dørum Norwegian Labour Party
Tore Haugen Conservative Party
Paul Chaffey Socialist Left Party
Anne Enger Lahnstein Centre Party
Jan Erik Fåne Progress Party

Buskerud[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Erik Dalheim Norwegian Labour Party
Hallgrim Berg Conservative Party
Kirsti Kolle Grøndahl Norwegian Labour Party
Steinar Maribo Progress Party
Arild Hiim Conservative Party
Trond Jensrud Norwegian Labour Party
Åse Klundelien Norwegian Labour Party

Finnmark[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Oddrunn Pettersen Norwegian Labour Party
Anders John Aune Framtid for Finnmark
Karl Eirik Schjøtt-Pedersen Norwegian Labour Party
Reidar Johansen Socialist Left Party

Hedmark[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Kjell Borgen Norwegian Labour Party
Eirin Faldet Norwegian Labour Party
Sigbjørn Johnsen Norwegian Labour Party
Johan C. Løken Conservative Party
Magnar Sortåsløkken Socialist Left Party
Sylvia Brustad Norwegian Labour Party
Ragnhild Queseth Haarstad Centre Party
Einar Olav Skogholt Norwegian Labour Party

Hordaland[edit]

1 Leveling seat.

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Hallvard Bakke Norwegian Labour Party
Arne Skauge Conservative Party
Hans J. Røsjorde Progress Party
Grete Knudsen Norwegian Labour Party
Svein Alsaker Christian Democrats
Arne Alsåker Spilde Conservative Party
Kjellbjørg Lunde Socialist Left Party
Leiv Stensland Norwegian Labour Party
Knut Hanselmann Progress Party
Erna Solberg Conservative Party
Ranveig Frøiland Norwegian Labour Party
Britt Harkestad Christian Democrats
Magnus Stangeland Centre Party
Olav Akselsen Norwegian Labour Party
Nils O. Golten Conservative Party
Inger-Marie Ytterhorn Progress Party

Møre and Romsdal[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Rikard Olsvik Norwegian Labour Party
Anders Talleraas Conservative Party
Kjell Magne Bondevik Christian Democrats
Laila Kaland Norwegian Labour Party
Lodve Solholm Progress Party
Ingvard Sverdrup Conservative Party
Gudmund Restad Centre Party
Karita Bekkemellem Orheim Norwegian Labour Party
Marie Lovise Widnes Socialist Left Party
Per Rolf Sævik Christian Democrats

Nordland[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Bjarne Mørk-Eidem Norwegian Labour Party
Petter Thomassen Conservative Party
Ragna Berget Jørgensen Norwegian Labour Party
Inge Myrvoll Socialist Left Party
Rolf Bendiksen Norwegian Labour Party
Harry Jensen Progress Party Died in December 1990. Was replaced by Karl Sørmo.
Thea Knutzen Conservative Party
Åshild Hauan Norwegian Labour Party
Lisbeth Holand Socialist Left Party
Dag Jostein Fjærvoll Christian Democrats
Peter Angelsen Centre Party
Inger Pedersen Norwegian Labour Party

Oppland[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Haakon Blankenborg Norwegian Labour Party
Berit Brørby Norwegian Labour Party
Johan M. Nyland Norwegian Labour Party
Syver Berge Centre Party
Dag C. Weberg Conservative Party
Marie Brenden Norwegian Labour Party
Peder I. Ramsrud Progress Party

Oslo[edit]

1 Leveling seat.

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Jan P. Syse Conservative Party Prime Minister from 1989 to 1990; Oddmund Hammerstad met in his place.
Gro Harlem Brundtland Norwegian Labour Party
Carl I. Hagen Progress Party
Annelise Høegh Conservative Party
Thorbjørn Berntsen Norwegian Labour Party
Theo Koritzinsky Socialist Left Party
Per-Kristian Foss Conservative Party
Sissel Rønbeck Norwegian Labour Party
Pål Atle Skjervengen Progress Party
Anders C. Sjaastad Conservative Party
Bjørn Tore Godal Norwegian Labour Party
Kristin Halvorsen Socialist Left Party
Kristin Clemet Conservative Party
Marit Nybakk Norwegian Labour Party
Tor Mikkel Wara Progress Party
Eleonore Bjartveit Christian Democrats

Rogaland[edit]

2 Leveling seats.

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Gunnar Berge Norwegian Labour Party
Gunnar Fatland Conservative Party
Jan Simonsen Progress Party
John S. Tveit Christian Democrats
Gunn Vigdis Olsen-Hagen Norwegian Labour Party Died in December 1989. Was replaced by Kari Helliesen.
Thorhild Widvey Conservative Party
Ole Gabriel Ueland Centre Party
Magnar Sætre Norwegian Labour Party
Eilef A. Meland Socialist Left Party
Petter Bjørheim Progress Party
Borghild Røyseland Christian Democrats
Sverre Mauritzen Conservative Party Left in September 1993. Was replaced by Olaf Aurdal.

Sogn and Fjordane[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Kjell Opseth Norwegian Labour Party
Leiv Blakset Centre Party
Dagfinn Hjertenes Conservative Party
Lars Gunnar Lie Christian Democrats
Astrid Marie Nistad Norwegian Labour Party

Telemark[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Ingeborg Botnen Norwegian Labour Party
Ragnhild Barland Norwegian Labour Party
Ingvald Godal Conservative Party
Børre Rønningen Socialist Left Party
John I. Alvheim Progress Party
Solveig Sollie Christian Democrats

Troms[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
William Engseth Norwegian Labour Party
Svein Ludvigsen Conservative Party
Ranja Hauglid Norwegian Labour Party
Rolf Ketil Bjørn Socialist Left Party
Terje Nyberget Progress Party
Jan Elvheim Norwegian Labour Party

Nord-Trøndelag[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Inger Lise Gjørv Norwegian Labour Party
Johan J. Jakobsen Centre Party
Roger Gudmundseth Norwegian Labour Party
Per Aunet Socialist Left Party
Wenche Frogn Sellæg Conservative Party
Inge Staldvik Norwegian Labour Party Independent as of December 15, 1992, SV from January 13, 1993.

Sør-Trøndelag[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Marit Rotnes Norwegian Labour Party
Harald Ellefsen Conservative Party
Ulf Guttormsen Norwegian Labour Party
Erik Solheim Socialist Left Party
Mary Kvidal Norwegian Labour Party
Siri Frost Sterri Conservative Party
Per Risvik Progress Party
Tove Kari Viken Centre Party
Kåre Gjønnes Christian Democrats
Gunhild Øyangen Norwegian Labour Party

Vestfold[edit]

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Ernst Wroldsen Norwegian Labour Party
Ole Johs. Brunæs Conservative Party
Oscar D. Hillgaar Progress Party
Karin Lian Norwegian Labour Party
Ingrid I. Willoch Conservative Party
Jørgen Kosmo Norwegian Labour Party
Inger Dag Steen Socialist Left Party

Østfold[edit]

1 Leveling seat.

Name Party Comments/Suppleants
Gunnar Skaug Norwegian Labour Party
Sigurd Holemark Conservative Party
Tom Thoresen Norwegian Labour Party
Øystein Hedstrøm Progress Party
Åsa Solberg Iversen Norwegian Labour Party
Wenche Lyngholm Socialist Left Party
Kjellaug Nakkim Conservative Party
Odd Holten Christian Democrats
Edvard Grimstad Centre Party