Solid in overtime, the four bourgeois parties are about to land a budget unit.
The agreement will involve large tax cuts on wine and beer, sources inform several media.
As far as Dagbladet understands, it is added not up to cuts in liquor taxes.
The taxes on alcohol will be reduced by 10 percent and the tax on snus by 25 percent, if the budget agreements are signed, TV 2’s sources state.
In exchange, Jensen is said to have agreed that Norway will accept 3,000 quota refugees next year.
Resistance in KrF
Cheaper alcohol, fewer refugees and less aid are exactly the opposite of what the governing party KrF wants and has gone to the polls for. The cases also go a long way with the agreement that the four parties agreed on when the government declaration on Granavolden was signed.
There is also great opposition to this at the grassroots in KrF.
FRP is in a digital meeting this afternoon to assess whether the breakthroughs are good enough for a party in crisis: FRP gets 8.8 percent support for the TV 2 poll that was published today.
According to TV 2, KrF leader Kjell Ingolf Ropstad has agreed to a “significant reduction” in the alcohol tax on beer and wine. KrF has convened an extraordinary group meeting to consider the proposed budget agreement at 4 pm. The Liberal Party is also holding a group meeting on Tuesday afternoon.
On Tuesday, the Progress Party convened its bodies for a digital meeting to take a position on what is on the table, NTB is informed.
The parties plan to present an agreement on Tuesday night, as NTB understands. The financial debate in the Storting will be held on Thursday.
– Now there are some small things that remain, which we have to work on a bit, said FRP leader Siv Jensen on Monday night.
The requirements for Siv
A possible budget agreement will, as far as NTB understands, have a solid impact on the Progress Party in a number of areas.
FRP leader Siv Jensen has also demanded a billion to the pensioners in the negotiations, to ensure increased purchasing power for this group next year.
Before the negotiations, the FRP demanded cuts in the development assistance budget and in the number of quota refugees Norway will receive next year
FRP also gets a breakthrough for a solid pot of money for a package to help the maritime industry through the corona crisis, NTB is informed.
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