Thor-Eirik Gulbrandsen Mykland

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Thor-Eirik Gulbrandsen (15 July 1940 25 July 2014) was a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.

Gulbrandsen was born in Fjære. He was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from Akershus in 1977, and was re-elected on three occasions. He had previously served in the position of deputy representative during the terms 19691973 and 19731977. During his second term as a deputy, he filled in for Sonja Aase Ludvigsen meanwhile she was appointed to the Cabinet, and then replaced her permanently when she died in July 1974.

Gulbrandsen was a deputy member of the executive committee of Skedsmo municipality council during the term 19671971, and a member of the council from 19992003. In 1999, he was expelled from the Labor Party after he supported a rival candidate for Skedsmo mayor. [1]

After he retired from national politics he took on the last name "Gulbrandsen Mykland". [2]

He died on 25 July 2014. [3]

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References

  1. "Thor-Eirik Gulbrandsen-Mykland er død". Romerikes Blad . Retrieved 23 August 2014.
  2. "Thor-Eirik Gulbrandsen" . Retrieved 23 August 2014.
  3. "Mykland, Thor-Eirik Gulbrandsen (1940-2014)" . Retrieved 23 August 2014.