This is the Norwegian Parliament building in Oslo. The Norwegian Parliament has representatives from 8 political parties. The biggest is still the Labour Party, or in Norwegian, the Arbeiderpartiet, which has 55 of the 169 representatives in the Parliament.
The Conservatives (in Norwegian called the Høyre) came second (48 repr), increasing their share of the vote by 9.6 percentage points.
The Prime Minister in Norway is Erna Solberg from the Conservatives.
At the time, the government is a cooperation between The Conservatives and the Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet) called the Blue-Blue Government.
The Chairman of the Norwegian Storting (The Parliament) is Olaf Michael «Olemic» Thommessen from the Conservative Party.
This is the situation of representatives after the election in September 2013, for the periode 2013-2017:
Total: 169 representatives
Labour Party (Arbeiderpartiet) 55 representatives 30.8%
Progress Party (Fremskrittspartiet) 29 representatives 16,3%
Conservative Party (Høyre) 48 representatives 26.8%
Socialist Left Party (Sosialistisk Venstreparti) 7 representatives 4,1%
Christian Democratic Party (Kristelig Folkeparti)10 representatives 5,6%
Centre Party (Senterpartiet) 10 representatives 5,5%
The Green Party (De Grønne) 1 representative 2.8%
Liberal Party (Venstre) 9 representatives 5,2%
Voter turnout was 78.3%
Source: Statistics Norway.
A view inside the Parliament building.