Frp politician Leif Arne Moi Nilsen leads the way in Wednesday's bombing campaign in Stavanger. Not everyone is impressed.
On Wednesday, an action group has plans for a protest action in Bybrua in the center of Stavanger.
The purpose of the action, which will be a car card above Brua, is to give politicians a new round of the entire Bypakke Nord Jæren. In October, 38 new stations opened in the district after the package was approved by a single parliament. For 15 years from the autumn of 2018 NOK 25 billion is required for tolls.
Only Frp voted against when the case was decided locally.
Frp politician Leif Arne Moi Nilsen from Stavanger calls himself "Ombudsman for the people" and leads the campaign. He tells ABC News that he participates as an individual, not as a politician.
"People are not only angry, but right, really angry," he says.
The police approved the action after the assurance that the collective field will be available for any emergency instructions.
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– 34,000 extra per year
Moi Nilsen says that during his political career he has not gone any further than an issue that has had as much to do. The action is organized via the Facebook group "For those who oppose the bombing in Sandnes and Stavanger"
This is what the invitation for Leif Arne Moi Hansen looks like. The message is posted on the Facebook group as "For those who oppose the bombing in Sandnes and Stavanger."
The Frp politician believes that the bombing is unoccupied and claims that the inhabitants of the urban islands outside of Stavanger will end up with considerable expenses.
– I have spoken with many people affected by the compensation. A nurse with whom I have been in contact, who has to go through the train station twice a day to go to work and bring children to kindergarten, gets about 34,000 extra expenses, "says Nilsen.
He is also worried that local businesses are affected by the ties.
– I do this to show the other politicians that enough is enough. I do not expect that the people who meet on Wednesday will vote for me at the next election. But they must have the opportunity to show politicians that they disagree with what is happening, "says Nilsen.
The purpose of the city package is to build the main road network, improve public transport and create better conditions for those who are going to cycle.
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Think it is ridiculous
Witness of the state Svein Erik Tuastad believes that Moi Nilsen misunderstood the private role and that the role of the Frp politician in the campaign is ridiculous.
CRITICIS: Øystein Langholm Hansen (AP) is critical of the fact that Frp politician Leif Arne Moi Nilsen participates as an individual. Photo: Parliament
"Attending as an individual in such an important case just becomes ridiculous.This is a misunderstood use of the private role.Do you travel on vacation or go to the city to have a beer, you can have private You do not ask for attention from the outside world, but it is very different to organize a bomb campaign that seeks public attention, so by definition you are not in a private role, Tuastad says to Stavanger Aftenblad.
Øystein Langholm Hansen, who is also a member of the Transport Committee for the PvdA, responds to Moi Nilsen's opinion that he acts as an individual.
– It is an objectionable argument; We politicians are politicians 24 hours a day. But this is something that Frp usually does when they talk to their own – populism is in the worst case, he says to Dagbladet.
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– I do not bite
On the other hand, Nilsen criticizes the criticism of Langholm Hansen.
"He can think exactly what he wants, only I reach my goal, I do not care about the criticism, I think Langholm Hansen should go in and look at what people want, he does not care what kind of role I I have, he says to ABC News.
Nilsen comes with a clear invitation to Langholm Hansen.
"He should only look at what they really did and do something about, instead of criticizing me, I do not bite, he concludes.