The next Norwegian parliamentary election is scheduled to be held on 13 September 2021. All 169 seats in the Norwegian legislature, the Storting, will be up for election.
In the previous election, held on 11 September 2017, Erna Solberg of the Conservatives retained her position as prime minister after four years in power. Her premiership additionally received the support of the Progress Party, the Liberals and the Christian Democrats, who combined secured 88 of the 169 seats in parliament. The opposition, led by Jonas Gahr Støre and his Labour Party, won 81 seats. Other opposition parties included the Centre Party, Socialist Left, the Greens and the Red Party.
Sources and further reading:
Valg 2021: Norway’s National Election Explained
Will Erna Solberg be the Nordic Merkel – winning a third term?