in Spite of medlemsfallet is the labour party still the largest party in Norway with 54.856 members, according to the class struggle.
We are of course not content with the decline in the last year, but we will be working for us over time was the positive medlemsveksten, says secretary Kjersti Stenseng.
Medlemsfallet in the Ap is previously featured by ABC News, who writes that also the Right lost members in the last year. The party has no 28.585 betalande members, an increase of 2.802 compared with valåret 2015.
Also Left, MDG, the Progress and the progress party lost members in the last year, while the SV and Red have noted medlemsvekst, according to the class struggle. The centre party has still not gone out with information about medlemsutviklinga in the year.