Prime Minister Jesinda Ardern’s party won again in New Zealand general election


Jasinda Ardern will become Prime Minister once again.
Jesinda Ardern said, will use the mandate to remove social inequality.

Jacinda Ardern, the current Prime Minister of New Zealand new zealand, Jacinda Ardern is coming to power again. Jesinda Ardern’s Center-Left Labor Party has won the New Zealand general election in the new zealand election. The Liberal Labor Party of Ardern has received nearly twice as many votes as its main rival, the Conservative National Party. The 40-year-old Ardern’s party formed the government in 2017 in alliance with two other parties. After the victory, she said she would use her mandate to rebuild the economy affected by the corono virus epidemic and tackle social inequality.

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Jesinda’s party got 49 percent votes –
So far 87 percent of the votes have been counted and Jasinda’s party has received 49 percent votes. Since 1930, no party has got the highest vote share. At the same time, the opposition National Party got only 27 percent votes.

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Voting started from October 3
Polling stations in New Zealand will open at 9 am and close at 7 pm. More than 10 lakh people have already voted in the polling started on 3 October. The preliminary results of the general election will be released after the voting ends at 7 pm on Saturday evening. The first general election in New Zealand was scheduled to take place on 19 September, but was postponed due to the second wave of Kovid-19.

Parliament was dissolved on 6 September
The first parliamentary election in New Zealand was held on 23 September 2017. On September 6, the parliament was dissolved so that elections could be held.


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