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New Zealand PM Resigns

First New Zealand Minister Jacinda Ardern surprisingly announced her resignation. In a face-to-face meeting with the Workers' Party's annual caucus on Thursday (19/1/2023), Ardern explained that she no longer has enough energy to perform her duties as prime minister.

"It's time. I'm gone," Ardern said, squeezing back her tears, told The Guardian.

Ardern explained she had been reflecting on her withdrawal throughout the summer holidays. Ardern wondered if she had the energy to continue her job as prime minister. In the end Ardern attributed if she could not continue her work.

"These are the five 1/2 years that have given me the most satisfaction in my life," said Ardern, taken by the New Zealand Herald.

Ardern's tenure as prime minister will end by February 7 at the latest. Ardern became the world's youngest female head of government when she was elected prime minister in 2017 at the age of 37. He has led New Zealand through the Covid-19 outbreak, and other major events include the onslaught of intimidation at two mosques in Christchurch, and the volcanic eruption on White Island.

"I hope I leave New Zealanders with confidence if you can be good but strong, have empathy but be firm, confident but concentrated. And if you become a leader for yourself, who knows when it's time to go," Ardern said.

Ardern explained there was no secret case behind her resignation. He made it clear that his resignation was purely due to individual decisions. Ardern explained that this decision received full support from her family.

"I go because this kind of special task has a big responsibility. It's a responsibility to know when you're the right person to lead, and when you're not. I know when I have enough energy left to do fairly," Ardern said.

Ardern's partner, Clarke Gayford, accompanied her throughout the journalists' meeting. In her speech, Ardern explained, she can't wait to take her son, Neve, to school.

"For Neve, mom is really waiting to be there when you start school next year. And for Clarke, please get married," Ardern said with a smile.

Ardern explained that the party caucus was shocked by her resignation. But they can understand the provisions. Ardern explained that she did not regret this decision.

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