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MelaValg: The importance of cultural life for multicultural Oslo
Tuesday, September 5
Culture is an arena for shared experiences, and without a rich cultural life, Oslo would not be as good a city to live in. What kind of cultural policy do we want? Do artists and cultural workers have good conditions in Norway? How can we make culture accessible to more people? Which cultural measures do the parties' representatives think are most important to implement if they get into office?
The following are attending the event:
Labor Party - Tamina Sheriffdeen Rauf
Right - Arve Juritzen
SV - Omar Samy Gamal
MDG - Viktor Rakov Gjengaar
Left - Eili Vigestad Bjerke
Red - Sareedo Ali
Center Party - Synne Lerhol
KrF - Øyvind Håbrekke
The chairman is Chi Ton, deputy chairman of the board of Creo Oslo.
In connection with the municipal elections on 11 September, Oslo Mela is launching a campaign to highlight current political issues, increase voter turnout among young people, and mobilize voters with immigrant backgrounds and first-time voters.
Who can vote in the municipal election?
Norwegian citizens over the age of 18, or who turn 18 in the election year.
Foreign citizens, over 18 years of age or who turn 18 in the election year, and who have been registered as resident in Norway continuously for the last three years before election day.
Citizens of other Nordic countries, over 18 years of age or who turn 18 in the election year, who have been registered as resident in Norway since no later than June 30, 2023.