Norway's poll winner faces uphill coalition struggle
OSLO (AFP) - Norway's election winner Erna Solberg on Tuesday faced an uphill struggle to cobble together a workable alliance set to include the anti-immigration right.
The 52-year-old career politician, also known as Iron Erna, led her Conservative Party to victory in Monday's vote alongside three other centre-right parties, putting an end to eight years of centre-left rule.
"Everybody has understood that they won't get to implement their entire programme," Ms Solberg told reporters on Tuesday about the upcoming talks on forming a new government.
"Everybody must negotiate. Everybody must give and take," she added.