List of members of the Parliament of Norway, 2005–09

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A graphical break-down of the seats in Parliament by party
Distribution of mandates after the 2005 election
  Labour Party (61)
  Centre Party (11)
  Liberal Party (10)

Between 19 October 2005 and 30 September 2009, the Parliament of Norway consisted of 169 members from 7 parties and 19 constituencies, elected during the 2005 Norwegian parliamentary election on 11 and 12 September. The Red-Green Coalition, consisting of the Labour Party (61 members), the Socialist Left Party (15 members) and the Centre Party (11 members) gained a majority and created Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet. The majority cabinet lasted the entire session and was reelected in the 2009 election. The opposition consisted of four parties: the Progress Party (38 members), the Conservative Party (23 members), the Christian Democratic Party (11 members) and the Liberal Party (10 members).

Members of the Parliament of Norway are elected based on party-list proportional representation in plural member constituencies. This means that representatives from different political parties are elected from 19 constituencies, which are identical to the 19 counties. The electorate does not vote for individuals but rather for party lists, with a ranked list of candidates nominated by the party. This means that the person on top of the list will get the seat unless the voter alters the ballot. Parties may nominate candidates from outside their own constituency, and even Norwegian citizens currently living abroad.[1]

The Sainte-Laguë method is used for allocating parliamentary seats to parties. As a result, the percentage of representatives is roughly equal to the nationwide percentage of votes. Still, a party with a high number of votes in only one constituency can win a seat there even if the nationwide percentage is low. This has happened several times in Norwegian history. Conversely, if a party's initial representation in Parliament is proportionally less than its share of votes, the party may seat more representatives through leveling seats, provided that the nationwide percentage is above the election threshold, at 4 percent. In 2005, nineteen seats were allocated via the leveling system.[1]

If a representative is absent for whatever reason, his or her seat will be filled by a candidate from the same party-list—in other words, there are no by-elections. Representatives who die during the term are replaced permanently, whereas representatives who are appointed to a government position, such as government minister (cabinet member) or state secretary, will be replaced by a deputy representative until the representative no longer holds the government position.[2] Deputy representatives also meet during typically short-term absence, like when a representative travels abroad with a parliamentary work group or is absent for health reasons.

By county and party[edit]

The following is a breakdown of the intersection of parties and constituencies.[3]

Constituency Soc. Left Labour Centre Chr. Dem. Liberal Cons. Progress Total
Aust-Agder 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 4
Vest-Agder 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 6
Akershus 1 5 1 0 1 4 4 16
Buskerud 1 4 1 0 0 1 2 9
Finnmark 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 5
Hedmark 1 4 1 0 0 1 1 8
Hordaland 1 4 1 2 1 3 3 15
Møre og Romsdal 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 9
Nordland 1 4 1 1 0 1 2 10
Oppland 0 4 1 0 0 1 1 7
Oslo 2 6 0 1 2 3 3 17
Rogaland 1 3 1 2 1 2 3 13
Sogn og Fjordane 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 5
Telemark 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 6
Troms 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 7
Nord-Trøndelag 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 6
Sør-Trøndelag 1 4 1 1 0 1 2 10
Vestfold 1 3 0 0 0 1 2 7
Østfold 1 3 0 0 1 1 3 9
Total 15 61 11 11 10 23 38 169

Representatives[edit]

The following is a list of members elected to the parliament in the 2005 election. It consists of the representative's name, party, constituency and standing committee membership, in addition to noting members assigned to government and deceased, with their regular deputy, chair and deputy chairs of standing committees, parliamentary leaders of the parties and representatives elected through a leveling seat.

Name Party Constituency Standing committee Comments Refs
Freddy de Ruiter Labour Aust-Agder Education, Research and Church Affairs [4][5]
Torbjørn Andersen Progress Aust-Agder Energy and the Environment [4][6]
Inger Løite Labour Aust-Agder Local Government and Public Administration [4][7]
Åse Gunhild Woie Duesund Christian Democratic Aust-Agder Labour and Social Affairs Leveling seat [4][8]
Henning Skumsvoll Progress Vest-Agder Defence [4][9]
Rolf Terje Klungland Labour Vest-Agder Finance and Economic Affairs [4][10]
Jon Lilletun Christian Democratic Vest-Agder Foreign Affairs Died 21 August 2006. Dagrun Eriksen (Education, Research and Church Affairs)[5] met in his place. [4][11]
Peter Skovholt Gitmark Conservative Vest-Agder Finance and Economic Affairs
Energy and the Environment
[4][6][10]
Åse Michaelsen Progress Vest-Agder Education, Research and Church Affairs [4][5]
Anne Margrethe Larsen Liberal Vest-Agder Foreign Affairs Leveling seat [4][11]
Anniken Huitfeldt Labour Akershus Education, Research and Church Affairs Committee first deputy chair. Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet in February 2008.[12] Gorm Kjernli (Education, Research and Church Affairs)[5] met in her place. [4][5]
Morten Høglund Progress Akershus Foreign Affairs [4][11]
Jan Petersen Conservative Akershus Defence Committee chair [4][9]
Sverre Myrli Labour Akershus Labour and Social Affairs [4][8]
Hans Frode Asmyhr Progress Akershus Business and Industry [4][13]
Jan Tore Sanner Conservative Akershus Finance and Economic Affairs [4][10]
Vidar Bjørnstad Labour Akershus Foreign Affairs [4][11]
Rolf Reikvam Socialist Left Akershus Education, Research and Church Affairs
|Local Government and Public Administration
[4][5][7]
Borghild Tenden Liberal Akershus Transport and Communications Committee first deputy chair [4][14]
Kari Kjønaas Kjos Progress Akershus Labour and Social Affairs [4][8]
Gunvor Eldegard Labour Akershus Business and Industry Committee first deputy chair [4][13]
Sonja Irene Sjøli Conservative Akershus Health and Care Services [4][15]
Marianne Aasen Agdestein Labour Akershus Finance and Economic Affairs [4][10]
Ib Thomsen Progress Akershus Local Government and Public Administration [4][7]
André Oktay Dahl Conservative Akershus Justice [4][16]
Åslaug Haga Centre Party Akershus Foreign Affairs Leveling seat. Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet until June 2008,[12] during which period Dagfinn Sundsbø (Labour and Social Affairs)[8] met in her place. [4][11]
Thorbjørn Jagland Labour Buskerud Defence [4][9]
Ulf Erik Knudsen Progress Buskerud Family and Cultural Affairs [4][17]
Sigrun Eng Labour Buskerud Business and Industry [4][13]
Trond Helleland Conservative Buskerud Transport and Communications [4][14]
Jørund Rytman Progress Buskerud Finance and Economic Affairs [4][10]
Lise Christoffersen Labour Buskerud Labour and Social Affairs Committee second deputy chair [4][8]
Magnar Lund Bergo Socialist Left Buskerud Finance and Economic Affairs [4][10]
Torgeir Micaelsen Labour Buskerud Finance and Economic Affairs [4][10]
Per Olaf Lundteigen Centre Party Buskerud Finance and Economic Affairs Leveling seat [4][10]
Karl Eirik Schjøtt-Pedersen Labour Finnmark Finance and Economic Affairs Committee chair until appointed to the Prime Minister's office in December 2006.[12] Alf E. Jakobsen (Finance and Economic Affairs) met in his place. [10][18]
Eva M. Nielsen Labour Finnmark Energy and the Environment [6][18]
Jan-Henrik Fredriksen Progress Finnmark Health and Care Services [15][18]
Olav Gunnar Ballo Socialist Left Finnmark Justice
Health and Care Services
Second deputy chair of the Standing Committee on Justice until 24 October 2007. [15][16][18]
Vera Lysklætt Liberal Finnmark Local Government and Public Administration Leveling seat [7][18]
Sylvia Brustad Labour Hedmark Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet.[12] Ivar Skulstad (Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs) met in her place. [18][19]
Knut Storberget Labour Hedmark Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet.[12] Thomas Breen (Justice)[16] met in his place. [18]
Per Roar Bredvold Progress Hedmark Defence [9][18]
Anette Trettebergstuen Labour Hedmark Foreign Affairs [11][18]
Trygve Slagsvold Vedum Centre Party Hedmark Local Government and Public Administration
Health and Care Services
Standing Committee on Health and Care Services first deputy chair from 7 October 2008 [7][15][18]
Eirin Faldet Labour Hedmark Transport and Communications [14][18]
Karin Andersen Socialist Left Hedmark Labour and Social Affairs Committee chair [8][18]
Gunnar Gundersen Conservative Hedmark Education, Research and Church Affairs Leveling seat [5][18]
Olav Akselsen Labour Hordaland Foreign Affairs Committee chair [11][18]
Arne Sortevik Progress Hordaland Transport and Communications [14][18]
Erna Solberg Conservative Hordaland Foreign Affairs Parliamentary leader;[20] committee first deputy chair [11][18]
Anne-Grete Strøm-Erichsen Labour Hordaland Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet.[12] Dag Ole Teigen (Health and Care Services)[15] met in her place. [18]
Gjermund Hagesæter Progress Hordaland Finance and Economic Affairs [10][18]
Ingebrigt S. Sørfonn Christian Democratic Hordaland Business and Industry [13][18]
Per Rune Henriksen Labour Hordaland Labour and Social Affairs [8][18]
Øyvind Halleraker Conservative Hordaland Transport and Communications [14][18]
Ågot Valle Socialist Left Hordaland Foreign Affairs [11][18]
Lars Sponheim Liberal Hordaland Finance and Economic Affairs Parliamentary leader[21] [10][18]
Karin S. Woldseth Progress Hordaland Family and Cultural Affairs [17][18]
Hilde Magnusson Lydvo Labour Hordaland Justice [16][18]
Rune J. Skjælaaen Centre Party Hordaland Health and Care Services
Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs
Parliamentary leader from 20 June 2008;[22] standing Committee on Health and Care Services first deputy chair until 22 September 2008 [15][18][19]
Torbjørn Hansen Conservative Hordaland Business and Industry [13][18]
Laila Dåvøy Christian Democratic Hordaland Health and Care Services Leveling seat [15][18]
Harald T. Nesvik Progress Møre og Romsdal Health and Care Services Committee chair [15][23]
Asmund Kristoffersen Labour Møre og Romsdal Energy and the Environment [6][18]
Petter Løvik Conservative Møre og Romsdal Business and Industry [13][23]
Lodve Solholm Progress Møre og Romsdal Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs Committee chair [19][23]
Karita Bekkemellem Labour Møre og Romsdal Transport and Communications Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet until October 2007,[12] during which period Svein Gjelseth (Transport and Communications)[14] met in her place. [14][23]
May-Helen Molvær Grimstad Christian Democratic Møre og Romsdal Family and Cultural Affairs Committee chair [17][23]
Eli Sollied Øveraas Centre Party Møre og Romsdal Transport and Communications [14][23]
Leif Helge Kongshaug Liberal Møre og Romsdal Business and Industry [13][23]
Bjørn Jacobsen Socialist Left Møre og Romsdal Defence Leveling seat [9][23]
Hill-Marta Solberg Labour Nordland Foreign Affairs Parliamentary leader[24] [11][23]
Kenneth Svendsen Progress Nordland Labour and Social Affairs Committee first deputy chair [8][23]
Tor-Arne Strøm Labour Nordland Transport and Communications [14][23]
Åsa Elvik Socialist Left Nordland Local Government and Public Administration
Education, Research and Church Affairs
[5][7][23]
Jan Arild Ellingsen Progress Nordland Justice Committee first deputy chair [16][23]
Torny Pedersen Labour Nordland Energy and the Environment [6][23]
Alf Ivar Samuelsen Centre Party Nordland Foreign Affairs
Labour and Social Affairs
[8][11][23]
Ivar Kristiansen Conservative Nordland Energy and the Environment Committee first deputy chair from 10 January 2008. [6][23]
Anna Ljunggren Labour Nordland Education, Research and Church Affairs [5][23]
Jan Sahl Christian Democratic Nordland Transport and Communications Leveling seat [14][23]
Torstein Rudihagen Labour Oppland Transport and Communications Committee second deputy chair [14][23]
Berit Brørby Labour Oppland Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs [19][23]
Thore A. Nistad Progress Oppland Justice [16][23]
Inger S. Enger Centre Party Oppland Education, Research and Church Affairs [5][23]
Tore Hagebakken Labour Oppland Local Government and Public Administration Committee chair from 6 October 2006 [7][23]
Espen Johnsen Labour Oppland Family and Cultural Affairs [17][23]
Olemic Thommessen Conservative Oppland Family and Cultural Affairs Leveling seat [17][23]
Jens Stoltenberg Labour Oslo Prime Minister in Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet.[12] Truls Wickholm (Transport and Communications)[14] met in his place. [10][25]
Per-Kristian Foss Conservative Oslo Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs [19][25]
Carl I. Hagen Progress Oslo Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs [19][25]
Marit Nybakk Labour Oslo Foreign Affairs Committee second deputy chair [11][25]
Kristin Halvorsen Socialist Left Oslo Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet.[12] Heidi Sørensen (Energy and the Environment)[6] met in her place until October 2007, when Sørensen was appointed State Secretary. Sørensen was replaced by Akhtar Chaudhry (Justice)[16] [25]
Odd Einar Dørum Liberal Oslo Education, Research and Church Affairs [5][25]
Ine Marie Eriksen Søreide Conservative Oslo Education, Research and Church Affairs Committee chair [5][25]
Jan Bøhler Labour Oslo Health and Care Services Committee second deputy chair [15][25]
Siv Jensen Progress Oslo Foreign Affairs Parliamentary leader[26] [11][25]
Britt Hildeng Labour Oslo Family and Cultural Affairs [17][25]
Heikki Holmås Socialist Left Oslo Finance and Economic Affairs [10][25]
Inge Lønning Conservative Oslo Health and Care Services [15][25]
Marianne Marthinsen Labour Oslo Energy and the Environment [6][25]
Christian Tybring-Gjedde Progress Oslo Finance and Economic Affairs [10][25]
Trine Skei Grande Liberal Oslo Family and Cultural Affairs [17][25]
Saera Khan Labour Oslo Local Government and Public Administration [7][25]
Hans Olav Syversen Christian Democratic Oslo Finance and Economic Affairs Leveling seat [10][25]
Øyvind Vaksdal Progress Rogaland Foreign Affairs [11][25]
Tore Nordtun Labour Rogaland Energy and the Environment Committee second deputy chair [6][25]
Bent Høie Conservative Rogaland Local Government and Public Administration [7][25]
Dagfinn Høybråten Christian Democratic Rogaland Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs
Foreign Affairs
Parliamentary leader[27] [19][25]
Solveig Horne Progress Rogaland Justice [16][25]
Eirin Kristin Sund Labour Rogaland Finance and Economic Affairs [10][25]
Ketil Solvik-Olsen Progress Rogaland Energy and the Environment [6][25]
Finn Martin Vallersnes Conservative Rogaland Foreign Affairs [10][25]
Gunnar Kvassheim Liberal Rogaland Energy and the Environment Committee chair [6][25]
Torfinn Opheim Labour Rogaland Education, Research and Church Affairs [5][25]
Magnhild Meltveit Kleppa Centre Party Rogaland Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs Parliamentary leader until 21 September 2007;[22] appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet in September 2007.[12] Trond Lode (Family and Cultural Affairs)[17] met in her place. [19][25]
Hallgeir H. Langeland Socialist Left Rogaland Transport and Communications [14][25]
Bjørg Tørresdal Christian Democratic Rogaland Local Government and Public Administration Leveling seat; committee first deputy chair [7][25]
Reidar Sandal Labour Sogn og Fjordane Finance and Economic Affairs Committee chair from 5 December 2006 [10][25]
Liv Signe Navarsete Centre Party Sogn og Fjordane Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet.[12] Erling Sande (Family and Cultural Affairs and Energy and the Environment)[6][17] met in her place. [25]
Åge Starheim Progress Sogn og Fjordane Local Government and Public Administration [7][25]
Ingrid Heggø Labour Sogn og Fjordane Justice [16][25]
Gunvald Ludvigsen Liberal Sogn og Fjordane Health and Care Services Leveling seat [15][25]
Sigvald Oppebøen Hansen Labour Telemark Business and Industry [13][28]
Bård Hoksrud Progress Telemark Transport and Communications [14][28]
Gunn Olsen Labour Telemark Health and Care Services [15][28]
Terje Aasland Labour Telemark Energy and the Environment [6][28]
Kåre Fostervold Progress Telemark Business and Industry [13][28]
Kari Lise Holmberg Conservative Telemark Local Government and Public Administration Leveling seat [7][28]
Bendiks H. Arnesen Labour Troms Defence [9][28]
Øyvind Korsberg Progress Troms Business and Industry Committee second deputy chair [13][28]
Anne Marit Bjørnflaten Labour Troms Justice Committee chair [16][28]
Per-Willy Amundsen Progress Troms Local Government and Public Administration Committee second deputy chair [7][28]
Lena Jensen Socialist Left Troms Education, Research and Church Affairs [5][28]
Tove Karoline Knutsen Labour Troms Family and Cultural Affairs [17][28]
Elisabeth Aspaker Conservative Troms Justice Leveling seat [16][28]
Bjarne Håkon Hanssen Labour Nord-Trøndelag Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet.[12] Arild Stokkan-Grande (Local Government and Public Administration)[7] met in his place. [28]
Gerd Janne Kristoffersen Labour Nord-Trøndelag Education, Research and Church Affairs Committee first deputy chair from 6 March 2008 [5][28]
Lars Peder Brekk Centre Party Nord-Trøndelag Business and Industry
Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs
Parliamentary leader 3 October 2007 – 20 June 2008;[22] standing Committee on Business and Industry chair until 4 October 2007. Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet in June 2008.[12] Anna Ceselie Brustad (Local Government and Public Administration)[7] met in his place. [28]
Robert Eriksson Progress Nord-Trøndelag Labour and Social Affairs [8][28]
Inge Ryan Socialist Left Nord-Trøndelag Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs
|Business and Industry
Parliamentary leader;[29] committee first deputy chair until 24 November 2007 [19][28]
André N. Skjelstad Liberal Nord-Trøndelag Labour and Social Affairs Leveling seat [8][28]
Trond Giske Labour Sør-Trøndelag Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet.[12] Arne L. Haugen (Business and Industry)[13] met in his place. [28]
Gunn Karin Gjul Labour Sør-Trøndelag Family and Cultural Affairs [17][28]
Per Sandberg Progress Sør-Trøndelag Transport and Communications Committee chair [14][28]
Børge Brende Conservative Sør-Trøndelag Energy and the Environment Committee first deputy chair. Appointed managing director in World Economic Forum from 2008.[30] Linda Cathrine Hofstad Helleland met in his place. [6][28]
Øystein Djupedal Socialist Left Sør-Trøndelag Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet until October 2007,[12] during which period Ingvild Vaggen Malvik (Business and Industry) met in his place. Committee first deputy chair from 27 November 2007 [19][28]
Jorodd Asphjell Labour Sør-Trøndelag Health and Care Services [15][28]
Ola Borten Moe Centre Party Sør-Trøndelag Energy and the Environment
Business and Industry
[6][13][28]
Tord Lien Progress Sør-Trøndelag Energy and the Environment [6][28]
Eva Kristin Hansen Labour Sør-Trøndelag Labour and Social Affairs [8][28]
Ola T. Lånke Christian Democratic Sør-Trøndelag Education, Research and Church Affairs
Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs
Leveling seat [5][19][28]
Dag Terje Andersen Labour Vestfold Local Government and Public Administration Committee chair until 29 September 2006. Appointed to Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet in September 2006.[12] Silvia K. Kosmo (Local Government and Public Administration)[7] met in his place. [7][31]
Per Ove Width Progress Vestfold Defence Committee second deputy chair [9][31]
Svein Flåtten Conservative Vestfold Finance and Economic Affairs [10][31]
Sonja Mandt-Bartholsen Labour Vestfold Health and Care Services [15][31]
Anders Anundsen Progress Vestfold Education, Research and Church Affairs [5][31]
Steinar Gullvåg Labour Vestfold Business and Industry [13][31]
Inga Marte Thorkildsen Socialist Left Vestfold Health and Care Services
Energy and the Environment
Leveling seat [6][15][31]
Signe Øye Labour Østfold Defence Committee first deputy chair [9][31]
Ulf Leirstein Progress Østfold Finance and Economic Affairs Committee first deputy chair [10][31]
Svein Roald Hansen Labour Østfold Scrutiny and Constitutional Affairs Committee second deputy chair [19][31]
Jon Jæger Gåsvatn Progress Østfold Education, Research and Church Affairs [5][31]
Martin Engeset Conservative Østfold Labour and Social Affairs [8][31]
Irene Johansen Labour Østfold Transport and Communications [14][31]
Vigdis Giltun Progress Østfold Health and Care Services [15][31]
May Hansen Socialist Left Østfold Family and Cultural Affairs [17][31]
Line Henriette Holten Hjemdal Christian Democratic Østfold Energy and the Environment Leveling seat [6][31]

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