Just hours later, he changed his mind and said he would sell off the holdings that don’t meet oil fund standards, “to avoid any doubt …and to follow the guidelines set by the Parliament.” It remained unclear why Støre thought one standard was acceptable as Labour leader and MP, but not as prime minister.PHOTO: Arbeiderpartiet Støre inherited much of his wealth through his family’s sale of the Jøtul fireplace and oven firm.He listed his private fortune at around NOK 65 million on his 2015 tax returns, around USD 10 million at the time.
Now he won’t specify which investment funds he’s chosen, in contrast to his opponent and incumbent Prime Minister Erna Solberg, who’s openly identified her own.
Labour Party leader Jonas Gahr Støre has tried to represent the working class but hasn’t quite succeeded, say some union members, because of his private wealth and affluent background.
His investments haven’t always been in line with Labour Party policy either.
Watertower Noordwijk, 68 ft high and stands on a hill (about 65-70 ft), sight over Noordwijk aan Zee, with hotel Huis ter Duin, the sea, and another part of Noordwijk aan Zee.
Jonas Gahr Støre, the Labour Party’s candidate for prime minister, does not come from his party’s traditional working class.