Trygve Moe (politician)

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Trygve Moe (21 March 1920 13 September 1998) was a Norwegian politician for the Liberal Party and the Liberal People's Party.

He served as a deputy representative to the Parliament of Norway from Vestfold during the term 19651969. [1] In 1973 she stood for election for the Liberal People's Party. [2]

He was a banker in Sandefjord. [2]

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  1. "Trygve Moe" (in Norwegian). Storting.
  2. 1 2 "Norges Offisielle Statistikk. Stortingsvalget 1973. Hefte I." (PDF) (in Norwegian). Statistics Norway.