New Zealand, Prime Minister Ardern’s resignation announcement: ‘I can’t do this job if…

New Zealand, Prime Minister Ardern’s resignation announcement: ‘I can’t do this job if…

new zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardernannounced his resignation as head of government and called new elections October 14th. During a press conference, Ardern indicated that she would remain in office until February 7 and then continue her mandate as MP until the elections at the end of the year. “Having such a privileged role comes with it responsibility, including knowing when you’re the right person to lead and when you’re not,” he explained, specifying that it’s a decision he’s been thinking about since the summer. “I gave everything to become prime minister, but it also cost me a lot. But I can’t and shouldn’t do this job I don’t have full energy, as well as a certain reserve for unforeseen challenges that inevitably arise”. Ardern stressed that there was “no secret scandal” behind his decision. “i am human We give it our all for as long as we can, and then the time will come. And that’s the moment for me.”

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