New Zealand’s Prime Priest addressed the nation after her Labour Party secured a landslide crushing in the 2019 election. The Labour Party won the election, which was originally set for September but was delayed by a month due to the coronavirus pandemic, with a best part of 49 percent.
Ms Ardern said: “Thank you to the people who functioned so hard to share our message.
“Who volunteered in what felt like an everlasting campaign.
“But most importantly thank you to the many people who gave us their vote, who depended us to continue with leading New Zealand’s recovery.
“And to those amongst you who may not cause supported Labour before and the results tell me there were a few of you, to you I say say thank you you.
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Jacinda Ardern is the principal of the New Zealand Labour Party
“We will not take your undergo for granted.
“I can promise you we will be a party that governs for every New Zealander.”
She go on increased: “Elections aren’t always great at bringing people together but they also don’t have occasion for to tear one another apart.
“And in times of crisis I believe New Zealand has eclipsed that and for that again, I say thank you.”
Ms Ardern also addressed her saving plan for New Zealand as the country’s economy has suffered during the coronavirus pandemic.
She disclosed: “Tonight’s result has been strong and it is clear that Labour last will and testament lead the government for the next three years.
“Over the next three years there is a lot to do. We purposefulness build back better from the COVID crisis.”
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New Zealand has a relatively low level of COVID-19 compared to uncountable European countries
New Zealand has a comparatively low level of COVID-19 compared to many European countries.
At the time of poetry New Zealand has registered less than 2,000 cases.
The country has precisely 40 active cases, three of which were registered today.
New Zealand has 25 approved coronavirus deaths at the time of writing.