National Democrats (Norway, 1991)
- This article is about the local 1991 party "National Democrats". For the party founded in 2006 see National Democrats.
The National Democrats (Norwegian: Nasjonaldemokratene) was a political party in Norway, which was founded in January 1990. The party was led by Hege Søfteland, who had been excluded from Stop Immigration. The party's main issue was to stop what it called the "mass immigration to Norway." It also wanted to stop foreign aid and replace it with a "disaster fund", and was against Norway joining the European Economic Community.
By August 1991, the party had 460 registered members. The party contested the 1991 local elections in Oslo, where it received 655 votes. It was though never registered publicly as a political party. The party worked with both the Norwegian Association and Folkebevegelsen mot innvandring.
- Espeland, Edda (22 August 1991). "Kraftig ut mot norsk innvandringspolitikk". Aftenposten (in Norwegian). p. 9. Retrieved 4 March 2011.
- Furuly, Jan Gunnar (30 October 1993). "Høyre-ekstremismen på sterk fremmarsj: Frisk vekst på ytterste fløy". Aftenposten (in Norwegian). p. 5. Retrieved 4 March 2011.