New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern resigned on Wednesday (Thursday in Oceania), blaming personal attrition for remaining head of the country’s government.
Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern He announced her resignation as head of government earlier this Thursday and called for elections next October 14.
This was announced by the president at a press conference detailing that she will be in the position until February 7 next year when her Labor Party finds a new person for the position, she reported. bottom. “NZ Herald”.
“Having such a privileged role comes with responsibilities, including the responsibility of knowing when you are the right person to be a leader and when you are not,” he justified, noting that since the summer he has pondered He explained in detail that it was a decision that had been taken.
“I tried my best to become prime minister, but it came at a great price. I cannot and should not work unless I have a full tank and a little reserve for the unplanned and unexpected challenges that inevitably arise,” New Zealand’s prime minister said. I got
Ardern claims there was “no secret scandal” behind his decision. We do everything we can and that is the time. And for me, it’s time,” he said.
Following this decision, The party must elect a new Labor leader and a new prime minister this Sunday, January 22nd. Meanwhile, according to the aforementioned newspaper, the elected person will have to rule until October 14, when the general election will be held.
in particular, New Zealand’s prime minister has stressed that he is confident the Labor Party can win the election without her. We confirm that the challenges of the next four years require a “new shoulder”.
“We are very proud of what we have achieved in the last five years despite the many challenges ahead. It’s the biggest increase in a decade.”
“In addition to our ambitious agenda that seeks to address long-term issues such as the housing crisis, child poverty and climate change, We have also had to deal with major biosecurity raids, domestic terrorist attacks, volcanic eruptions, a global pandemic and subsequent economic crisis. The decisions that had to be made were constant and important,” he added.
Ardern, 42, took office in August 2017, becoming the youngest prime minister in the country’s history. He then came to power after agreeing a government alliance with the Green Party and New Zealand National Party First Party, ending a decade of Conservative rule.