LAHORE - Leader of the Conservative Party of Norway, Erna Solberg, said on Wednesday the dangers confronting the democratic government in Pakistan were over now. In her address at a luncheon hosted in honour of a Norwegian delegation at the Punjab Governor’s House by former premier Yousuf Raza Gilani, Solberg said her country was pleased at the consolidation of a democratic government in Pakistan and the completion of tenure of its incumbent Parliament. The foreign dignitary said they would monitor the next general elections in Pakistan, asserting that fair and transparent polls would strengthen the democratic process in the country. She also termed as historic the restoration of the Constitution and reinstatement of judges during the Gilani-led government. Earlier, Gilani, in his address, said the country’s first people’s government was going to complete its term. After this, he added, all reservations at the international level concerning the democratic system of government in Pakistan would end. He was of the view that a strong Pakistan was a way to establishment of world peace. He also said that global powers should strengthen the hands of Pakistan in this respect. Solberg meanwhile met with editors and senior journalists at the Governor’s House. Nawa-i-Waqt Group Deputy Managing Director Rameeza Nizami also attended the reception. Norwegian Ambassador to Pakistan, Cecille Landsverk, was also present on the occasion.