Norwegian Storting holds onto law that King must be Christian
The Norwegian King must be a Lutheran believer. The Norwegian Parliament voted against an amendment to the Constitution that would change that requirement on Thursday. The leftist parties Venstre and SV wanted to remove the clause that states that the King of Norway must profess the Evangelical Lutheran religion.
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