MemberMay 27, 2021 at 8:10 am::
The Norwegian police mentioned above during the week need to punish Prime Minister Erna Solberg for violating the COVID-19 social rules when she gathers a family gathering to celebrate her birthday.
The fine is for 20,000 Norwegian nationals ($ 2,352), police captain Ole Saeverud told a news conference.
The two-time prime minister apologized last month for organizing his 60th anniversary with 13 family members at a mountain resort in late February, despite a government ban on a gathering of 10 people.
Although the police would not impose fines in most of such cases, the prime minister has been at the forefront of the government’s task of setting boundaries, police said above.
“While the law is equal to all, everyone does not appear to be equal before the law,” said Saeverud, quoted above.
“It is OK to impose a fine in order to maintain the ultimate public trust in terms of social norms,” he said.
The police mentioned above Solberg and her husband, Cindre Finnes, Cindre Finnes, chose to host the event and chose a restaurant, with Finnes taking care of sensible arrangements.
Although police have said above that he has broken the law so far, he has not been punished. The restaurant or place where the celebration took place collectively was found to be a contentious owner of the law yet to be punished.
“Solberg is one of the leaders of the country who has also been at the forefront of measures to reduce the spread of the virus,” Saeverud said.
The prime minister’s office could not be reached for comment.
Solberg, the UN body responsible for parliamentary elections in Sep, has enacted stricter laws to prevent the occurrence of coronavirus, which has led to the lowest rates of infection and death in Europe.
But the world saw a rapid increase in disease within half of the month of 2021, a crystal rectifier for many viral strains of the virus, forcing the govt. tightening restrictions by the end of March.