Political Alternative Hordaland
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Political Alternative Hordaland (Norwegian: Politisk alternativ Hordaland) was a minor Norwegian political party which ran for the 1993 parliamentary election in the county of Hordaland where it received a mere 1.4% of the votes.
Its top candidate was Ivar Garberg who campaigned through his local radio station Radio Bergen. Here, Garberg had for a long time marked himself as an unconventional host, and often criticized the established politicians and the current immigration-policy.
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