January 27, 2023

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Jamming in New Zealand: Jacinda Ardern resigns as Prime Minister

Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda ArdernHe announced his resignation because he believed he did not have the energy to run for re-election in the October elections. His tenure will end on February 7.

“It’s Time for Me”He announced at a meeting with his Labor Party members: “I don’t have the energy for another four years”. “I am leaving because with such a privileged role comes responsibility. Responsible for knowing when you are the right person to lead and when you are not.. I know what this job requires. I already know that I don’t have enough in the tank Justice should be given to him. It’s very simple,” he said, as quoted by Andhra Agency.

“I am human, politicians are human. We give it our best. Then it’s time. Y For me, it’s time”, he said in the same meeting that he came to this decision during the summer vacation.

These were the most fruitful five and a half years of my life. But there were also challenges: between an agenda focused on housing, child poverty and climate change, we saw a domestic terrorist incident, a major natural disaster, a global pandemic and an economic crisis,” he recalls.

Jacinda Ardern is admired for her compassionate and assertive leadership style. Credit: BBC

Although he made it clear that he has no plans for the immediate future, he said so He wants New Zealanders to remember him as someone who “always tries to be good”..

“I hope to leave New Zealanders with the belief that they can be kind but strong, empathetic but decisive, confident but focused. You can be your own kind of leader and know when to go,” Ardern said.

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Jacinda Ardern Born on July 26, 1980 in Hamilton, New Zealand and He became the world’s youngest head of state when he was elected prime minister in 2017 at the age of just 37.. Since then, he has led the country through difficult times such as the Covid-19 pandemic and the terrorist attacks on two Christchurch mosques. Deadly volcanic eruption on Isla Blanca.

The 42-year-old president He has only one child and got married in 2013..

The announcement comes against the backdrop of an election year and a very close race, as opinion polls in recent months have put Ardern’s Labor party slightly behind the opposition. Guardian.

It’s still unclear who will replace him: Vice President and Finance Minister Grant Robertson, considered the front-runner to lead the government, said Thursday he would not seek the prime ministership. “I am not running for the leadership of the Labor Party,” he said in a statement.

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