Status: 01/19/2023 01:52 am
New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern announced her resignation in February. His years in office were not strong enough, he justified the move. A new government will be elected in October.
In New Zealand, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made a surprise announcement of her resignation. In his first press conference of the year, he announced that he would step down on February 7. Ardern said she felt underpowered for years in office.
“I know what this job requires, I just don’t have enough in the tank anymore. It’s that simple,” he said. “We all give it our best and it’s over. It’s time for me now.”
Party leadership election on Sunday
His resignation will take effect after the appointment of a successor. A new leader of the Labor Party will be chosen on Sunday.
When she was elected prime minister in 2017, Ardern became one of the youngest women to head a government at the age of 37. A new New Zealand government will be elected on October 14.
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