Guided tours in Parliament

We regret to inform that guided tours of the Parliament building for the general public will be suspended from Saturday 7th March until further notice. This is due to the evolving situation related to the coronavirus. 

 

More information about guided tours.

What’s on?

Sitting of the Storting, 16th March 2020. Photo: Storting

Full Chamber for voting on biotechnology proposals

At a meeting of the Storting’s Presidium on Friday 22nd May, the decision was made to set up temporary plexiglass barriers between certain pairs of MPs’ seats in the Storting Chamber. The aim is to make sure that the strict infection control measures currently in place are maintained when all 169 MPs are present in the Chamber. 

The Norwegian Constitution. Photo: Storting

Amendments to the Constitution

 On Thursday 14th May, the Storting considered a number of draft amendments to the Norwegian Constitution. Four of these were passed by the required majority.

One of the lion statues in front of the Storting building. Photo: Storting.

About the Storting

The Storting is the Norwegian Parliament. It is the supreme arena for political debate and decision-making in the Kingdom of Norway.