Saint Jacinda Places Auckland In Lockdown

Ernest Shackleton

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Jun 8, 2013
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I see results of this sham election are rolling in which should not be internationally recognised. Not a single UN observer was welcomed in to observe this farce. The Junta rolls on.
 
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Nov 9, 2014
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I see results of this sham election are rolling in which should not be internationally recognised. Not a single UN observer was welcomed in to observe this farce. The Junta rolls on.
Or maybe something crazy happened and people have decided to vote for a woman who has protected her citizens with strong decisive leadership

Bunch of pussies scared of a little pandemic death
 

Haggis

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So Jacinda's Labour Party have 64 seats in Parliament, all other parties combined have 56 seats. Biggest landslide in well over half a century, and the first time since mixed member proportional government was introduced in 1994 that the lead party can govern without any coalition partners. Ardern can appoint all Cabinet ministers from within her own party, something that no New Zealand leader has been able to do for more than a quarter century. :lol:




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Bachafach^^^

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New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern wins second term in landslide election victory
By Julia Hollingsworth, CNN
Updated 9:25 AM EDT, Sat October 17, 2020
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(CNN)Jacinda Ardern has won a second term as New Zealand's Prime Minister after her success at handling the country's coronavirus outbreak helped secure a landslide victory.

Preliminary results show that Ardern's center-left Labour Party has won 49% of the vote, meaning her party looks likely to score the highest result that any party has achieved since the current political system was introduced in 1996.

That result means her party is projected to win 64 out of 120 parliamentary seats, making it the first party to be able to govern alone under the current system. Coalitions are the norm in New Zealand, where no single party has won a majority of votes in the last 24 years.