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Anne Enger
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Prime Minister of Norway
Covering duties
31 August 1998 – 24 September 1998
MonarchHarald V
Prime MinisterKjell Magne Bondevik
Deputy to the Prime Minister of Norway
In office
17 October 1997 – 8 October 1999
Prime MinisterKjell Magne Bondevik
Preceded byKjell Magne Bondevik (1986)
Succeeded byOdd Roger Enoksen
County Governor of Østfold
In office
Preceded byEdvard Grimstad
Succeeded byTrond Rønningen
Minister of Culture
In office
17 October 1997 – 8 October 1999
Prime MinisterKjell Magne Bondevik
Preceded byTurid Birkeland
Succeeded byÅslaug Haga
Leader of the Centre Party
In office
31 March 1991 – 14 March 1999
Preceded byJohan J. Jakobsen
Succeeded byOdd Roger Enoksen
Personal details
Born (1949-12-09) 9 December 1949 (age 72)
Trøgstad, Østfold, Norway
Political partyCentre
Alma materRogaland College

Anne Enger, formerly Anne Enger Lahnstein (born 9 December 1949), is a Norwegian politician who served as County Governor of Østfold from 2004 until 2015, and Leader of the Centre Party from 1991 to 1999, with opposition to the European Union. She was the front person of the successful "No to EU" campaign at the 1994 referendum. She was also the leader in the failed campaign against abortion on demand in Norway in the late 1970s.

She served as Minister of Culture 1997–2000; and for three weeks in 1998, she was Acting Prime Minister of Norway, during Kjell Magne Bondevik's sick leave.


Party political offices Preceded byJohan Jakobsen Leader of the Centre Party 1991–1999 Succeeded byOdd Roger Enoksen Political offices Preceded byTurid Birkeland Minister of Culture 1997–1999 Succeeded byÅslaug Haga Preceded byKjell Magne Bondevik Prime Minister of NorwayActing 1998 Succeeded byKjell Magne Bondevik Preceded byEdvard Grimstad County Governor of Østfold 2003–2015 Succeeded byTrond Rønningen