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Thorbjorn Jagland , a Nobel Committee prize Chairman, made a freudian comment as it was unanimous discussion vs decision to award Obama a Nobel Peace Prize. The committee that chose President Obama is comprised of five Norwegians, mostly former lawmakers and politicians, who are elected to six-year terms by Norway’s parliament. Nobel Committee explains – interview with Geir Lundestad, director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute and secretary of the Nobel committee – Obama Nobel Peace Winner as symbol and hope of world change paradygm leader to be

Thorbjorn Jagland, a former Norwegian prime minister who chaired the selection committee, rejected criticism that the panel had selected Obama more for his aspirations than his accomplishments. Critics, he said, underestimated the tangible changes Obama has already made in U.S. policy.

View NOBEL PRIZE ECONOMY WINNERS WEB CINEMA AS ANTIDOTE to controversy on peace prize The statutes of the Nobel Foundation restrict disclosure of
information about the nominations, whether publicly or
privately, for 50 years. The restriction concerns the nominees
and nominators, as well as investigations and opinions related
to the award of a prize. Thus, it’s pure speculation to figure out how and by whom Obama was nominated and was a process political rigged
But Committee chair Thorbjoern Jagland has been an enthusiastic
Obama supporter in Norway. He was recently elected to the post
of Secretary General of the Council of Europe, the continent’s
leading human-rights watchdog, and would like the Nobel
committee to play a more political role.