Inger-Marie Ytterhorn

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Inger-Marie Ytterhorn (born 18 September 1941) is a Norwegian politician for the Progress Party.

She was elected to the Norwegian Parliament from Hordaland in 1989, but was not re-elected in 1993. She later served in the position of deputy representative during the terms 1993–1997 and 1997–2001.

Her late husband Bjørn Erling Ytterhorn was also a member of the Norwegian Parliament.

She is a member of The Norwegian Nobel Committee, the body that awards The Nobel Peace Prize.


  • "Inger-Marie Ytterhorn" (in Norwegian). Storting.

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