Tore Storehaug (29) moved into a nursing home room with his wife just before he was elected in 2017. According to regulations, he received a free parliamentary apartment and zero crowns in expenses. housing for the last four years.
Aftenposten was able to reveal recently how KrF leader Kjell Ingolf Ropstad has used a special exception in the rules for suburban housing. By registering parents at home in Sørlandet, the minister could live for free in central Oslo on the Storting coast for ten years.
The Minister of Climate Protection and the Environment, Sveinung Rotevatn (V), has also used this exception previously. Rotevatn checked into the boys ’room when he got a state-run passenger house as a parliamentary representative.
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