Ministry of Justice and Public Security
– The Government proposes to deny entry to Norway to people who have committed serious criminal offenses abroad. This means that multiple offenses may form the basis for rejection, even when they lie far back in time, says the Minister of Justice and Public Security Anders Anundsen.
Thursday 6 November 2014, the Ministry hosted the Conference against Radicalization and Violent Extremism. The Minister of Justice and Public Security, Mr. Anders Anundsen, opened the Conference.
"We inherited a challenging situation with inadequate prison capacity from the previous government. In order to substantially increase our prison capacity in the short term, we are now in talks with Dutch authorities concerning the leasing of detention space in the Netherlands," says Anders Anundsen, Minister of Justice and Public Security.
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