Minister of Transport and Communications Liv Signe Navarsete of Norway

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Navarsete was appointed as Leader of the Center Party in September 2008, having up until then been the Deputy Leader.
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assisted pregnancies but endorsed the rest of the bill.
Liv Signe Navarsete was born on 23 October 1958 and holds an Undergraduate degree in business administration and ICT from Sogn og Fjordane University College.
In Kjell Magne Bondevik’s first government (1999-2000) Navarsete was Political Adviser with the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs.
Navarsete said Norway, the only country in Europe with a tax on carbon dioxide emitted on domestic flights, hoped to join any European Union scheme to add an environmental charge for international flights.
A year ago, Navarsete expressed what could be a typical Norwegian egalitarian attitude.
I find it of great importance to maintain the flexibility for the Member States to maintain or introduce charges”, Navarsete says in her letter.
Iceland has been hard hit by the global finance crisis, and Norway wants to help," Norwegian Minister of Transport and Communications Liv Signe Navarsete said on national radio.
Transport Minister Liv Signe Navarsete had halted a project that would have allowed motorists in Norway to purchase personalized license plates as a way to generate funding for road projects, Aftenposten reported Saturday.
Navarsete said she didn't, "in principle," oppose allowing motorists to buy special plates, and even thinks they can be a "good idea" if they'll raise money for traffic safety.
Her new comments come after Navarsete was summoned by the opposition parties in Parliament to explain why she earlier did not want drivers in Norway to have the option of buying special plates.
pregnancies but endorsed the rest of the bill.