Pensioners Party (Norway)
party_articletitle = Pensioners Party (Norway)
party_name = "Pensjonispartiet"
website = [http://pensjonistpartiet.no/index.php Pensjonistpartiet]
The Pensioners Party ("Pensjonistpartiet") is a
political partyin Norwaywithout parliamentary representation. It was founded in 1985to work for the interests of pensioners. Although it has never been represented in parliament, it has representatives in the local councils of some cities and county assemblies.
At the 2005 parliamentary election, the party won 0,5% of the total national vote.
*no icon [http://www.pensjonistpartiet.no/ Pensjonistpartiet] - Official website
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