New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern Apologizes For Calling The Opposition Leader In Parliament Arrogant Prick
New Zealand PM Apologies: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has apologized to one of her political rivals in Parliament on Tuesday (December 13). In fact, PM Ardern had called one of his opponents ‘arrogant’. After this the Prime Minister was facing a lot of criticism from everywhere. Due to this statement, people’s support towards Prime Minister Ardern was also decreasing very fast.
Amidst the heated debate going on in the Parliament, PM Ardern had said this to the leader of his opposition party. After this, he accepted his mistake and tried to solve the matter by apologizing.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was sitting in Parliament giving an emotional and long speech, when she called her opposition leader arrogant. His talk got recorded in the mike installed in the stand there. After this, the Prime Minister was being criticized all over the country. New Zealand’s ACT Party leader David Seymour objected to Prime Minister Ardern’s remarks and also petitioned the Speaker of the House of Representatives to withdraw it.
Jacinda Ardern is 42 years old
PM Ardern’s office later said that he had apologised. Jacinda Ardern, 42, is the Prime Minister of New Zealand for five years. He has done a good job in managing crises around the world. Apart from this, he is known for his down-to-earth attitude in politics. She is the first Prime Minister to become a mother while holding the post of Prime Minister. He has received overwhelming support from the people for most of his two-term tenure.
Election will be held at the end of 2023
Elections are expected to be held in New Zealand at the end of 2023. This time his political career is at stake. Public confidence in his Labor Party seems to be waning in the polls. In this survey, five percent less people have voted for him than the opposition National Party.
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