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Commentator describes vote as one of the biggest swings in New Zealand’s electoral history in 80 years.Commentator describes vote as one of the biggest swings in New Zealand’s electoral history in 80 years.

Ardern wins landslide re-election in New Zealand vote - World - DAWN.COM

With a quarter of the vote still to be counted, Labour has 49% of the vote and its ally the Green Party has 7.6%With a quarter of the vote still to be counted, Labour has 49% of the vote and its ally the Green Party has 7.6%

Jacinda Ardern's Labour Party wins New Zealand election

Political commentators believe voters rewarded her for a decisive response to Covid-19Political commentators believe voters rewarded her for a decisive response to Covid-19

New Zealand's Ardern wins 'historic' re-election for crushing Covid-19 | The Express Tribune

The Labour leader, 40, is expected to win three more years in power with the first results of the general election published at 5pm Sydney time (7pm New Zealand time).The Labour leader, 40, is expected to win three more years in power with the first results of the general election published at 5pm Sydney time (7pm New Zealand time).

New Zealand: Jacinda Ardern thanks supporters as she heads for re-election | Daily Mail Online

Women’s parliamentary presence has more than doubled since 1995 – yet parity is nearly unheard ofWomen’s parliamentary presence has more than doubled since 1995 – yet parity is nearly unheard of

How many female world leaders are there? | The Independent

A selection of news stories that happened overnight, Oct 17, 2020.. Read more at straitstimes.com.World News -A selection of news stories that happened overnight, Oct 17, 2020.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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Surveys indicate the euthanasia referendum is likely to pass, while the result of the recreational marijuana measure remains uncertain.Surveys indicate the euthanasia referendum is likely to pass, while the result of the recreational marijuana measure remains uncertain.

PMs popularity soared after she led effort to stamp out coronavirus -- there's currently no community spread and people therefore not required to wear masks or social distancePMs popularity soared after she led effort to stamp out coronavirus -- there's currently no community spread and people therefore not required to wear masks or social distance

New Zealand's Ardern elected to 2nd term in landslide win | The Times of Israel

Jacinda Ardern's party was ahead after her campaign was dominated by her successful handling of the coronavirus crisis.Jacinda Ardern's party was ahead after her campaign was dominated by her successful handling of the coronavirus crisis.

New Zealand election: Jacinda Ardern wins second term after rival concedes | Business News | Sky News

New Zealanders decide Ardern's fate in 'Covid election'New Zealanders decide Ardern's fate in 'Covid election'

New Zealanders decide Ardern's fate in 'Covid election' - RFI

Jacinda-mania has taken hold on the Left, but New Zealand's Prime Minister has pursued a disastrous Covid policyJacinda-mania has taken hold on the Left, but New Zealand's Prime Minister has pursued a disastrous Covid policy

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Jacinda Ardern swept to a landslide victory in the New Zealand general election on Saturday, securing a second term as voters rewarded her for her handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. With 95 per cent of votes counted, Ms Ardern’s Labour Party were on course to gain 49 per cent of the vote, which would give it 64 seats in New Zealand 120-seat parliament. The mandate meansJacinda Ardern swept to a landslide victory in the New Zealand general election on Saturday, securing a second term as voters rewarded her for her handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. With 95 per cent

New Zealand elections: Jacinda Ardern secures second term in landslide victory | London Evening Standard

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern won a second term in office Saturday, in a landslide election victory. "This has not been an ordinary election, and it's not an ordinary time," Ardern told crowds at her victory speech.

Jacinda Ardern wins second term as New Zealand's prime minster in election landslide

WELLINGTON -- Jacinda Ardern's center-left Labour Party will lead New Zealand's government for a second term following elections on Saturday, in whichUnprecedented performance gives Labour Party enough seats to govern alone

New Zealand's Ardern eyes COVID rebound after landslide reelection - Nikkei Asia

With two thirds of the vote counted, Ardern's centre-left Labour Party is poised to win around 64 seats in the 120-member New Zealand ParliamentWith two thirds of the vote counted, Ardern's centre-left Labour Party is poised to win around 64 seats in the 120-member New Zealand Parliament

Jacinda Ardern wins by landslide in New Zealand's general polls, incumbent PM leveraged success in battling COVID-19 - World News , Firstpost

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By Praveen Menon WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered the biggest election victory for her centre-left Labour Party in half a century on Saturday as voters rewarded her for a decisive response to COVID-19. The mandate means Ardern, 40, could form the first single-party government in decades and will face the challenge of delivering on the progressive transformation she promised but failed to deliver in her first term, where Labour shared power with a nationalist party. This is a historic shift, said political commentator Bryce Edwards of Victoria University in Wellington, describing the vote as one of the biggest swings in New Zealand's electoral history in 80 years. Labour was on track to win 64 of the 120 seats in the country's unicameral parliament, the highest by any party since New Zealand adopted a proportional voting system in 1996. Ardern, 40, promised supporters she would build an economy that works for everyone, create jobs, train people, protect the environment and address climate challenges and social inequalities. We are living in an increasingly polarised world, she said. A place where more and more have lost the ability to see one another's point of view. I hope that with this election, New Zealand has shown that this is not who we are. Opposition National Party leader Judith Collins said she congratulated the prime minister for an outstanding result . Labour had 49.0% of the votes, far ahead of National at 27%, the Electoral Commission said, with 95% of ballots counted. Ardern said she would wait until the final result to say if her government would include smaller groups like the Green Party, a former coalition partner that secured a bigger 8% mandate. VOTERS SWING National leaders were decimated in their strongholds by young Labour candidates who appealed to voters with progressive, democratic messages, and highlighted the party's success in beating coronavirus. The last seven months of this government, all of the issues around their past promises have been put aside because of COVID-19. It's that simple, said Deputy National leader Gerry Brownlee who lost his long-held seat. Despite the election's tilt to the left, Ardern is likely to continue to chart a centrist course, largely aiming to implement incremental change that she hopes will outlast a future change in government, because she owes her victory to centre-right voters who previously supported National, said Geoffrey Miller, analyst at political website Democracy Project. 'BE STRONG, BE KIND' The prime minister won global acclaim for her handling of a mass shooting last year by a white supremacist in Christchurch, with her inclusive be strong, be kind mantra and swift action to ban guns. She burnished that reputation this year with a go hard, go early approach to the new coronavirus, which has eliminated locally spread COVID-19 in the nation. The election was delayed by a month after new COVID-19 infections in Auckland that led to a second lockdown in the country's largest city. While known internationally for promoting progressive causes such as woman's rights and social justice, at home Ardern faced criticism that her government failed on a promise to be transformational. Life is back to normal in New Zealand, but its borders are still shut, its tourism sector is bleeding and economists predict a lasting recession after the harsh lockdowns. The economy shrank at an 12.2% annual clip in the second quarter, its steepest drop since the Great Depression. Debt is forecast to rise to 56% of gross domestic product from less than 20% before the pandemic. New Zealanders also voted on Saturday in referendums to legalise euthanasia and recreational marijuana, with results to be announced on Oct. 30. The latter vote could make New Zealand only the third country in the world to allow the adult use and sale of cannabis nationwide, after Uruguay and Canada. (The story refiles to fix garble in first paragraph.) (Reporting by Praveen Menon; Additional reporting by Lidia Kelly in Melbourne; Editing by William Mallard and Raju Gopalakrishnan)By Praveen Menon WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered the biggest election victory for her centre-left Labour Party in half a century on Saturday as voters rewarded her for a decisive response to COVID-19. The mandate means Ardern, 40, could form the first single-party government in decades and will face the challenge of delivering on the progressive transformation she promised but failed to deliver in her first term, where Labour shared power with a nationalist party. "This is a historic shift," said political commentator Bryce Edwards of Victoria University in Wellington, describing the vote as one of the biggest swings in New Zealand's electoral history in 80 years. Labour was on track to win 64 of the 120 seats in the country's unicameral parliament, the highest by any party since New Zealand adopted a proportional voting system in 1996. Ardern, 40, promised supporters she would build an economy that works for everyone, create jobs, train people, protect the environment and address climate challenges and social inequalities. "We are living in an increasingly polarised world," she said. "A place where more and more have lost the ability to see one another's point of view. I hope that with this election, New Zealand has shown that this is not who we are." Opposition National Party leader Judith Collins said she congratulated the prime minister for an "outstanding result". Labour had 49.0% of the votes, far ahead of National at 27%, the Electoral Commission said, with 95% of ballots counted. Ardern said she would wait until the final result to say if her government would include smaller groups like the Green Party, a former coalition partner that secured a bigger 8% mandate. VOTERS SWING National leaders were decimated in their strongholds by young Labour candidates who appealed to voters with progressive, democratic messages, and highlighted the party's success in beating coronavirus. "The last seven months of this government, all of the issues around their past promises have been put aside because of COVID-19. It's that simple," said Deputy National leader Gerry Brownlee who lost his long-held seat. Despite the election's tilt to the left, Ardern "is likely to continue to chart a centrist course, largely aiming to implement incremental change that she hopes will outlast a future change in government," because she owes her victory to centre-right voters who previously supported National, said Geoffrey Miller, analyst at political website Democracy Project. 'BE STRONG, BE KIND' The prime minister won global acclaim for her handling of a mass shooting last year by a white supremacist in Christchurch, with her inclusive "be strong, be kind" mantra and swift action to ban guns. She burnished that reputation this year with a "go hard, go early" approach to the new coronavirus, which has eliminated locally spread COVID-19 in the nation. The election was delayed by a month after new COVID-19 infections in Auckland that led to a second lockdown in the country's largest city. While known internationally for promoting progressive causes such as woman's rights and social justice, at home Ardern faced criticism that her government failed on a promise to be transformational. Life is back to normal in New Zealand, but its borders are still shut, its tourism sector is bleeding and economists predict a lasting recession after the harsh lockdowns. The economy shrank at an 12.2% annual clip in the second quarter, its steepest drop since the Great Depression. Debt is forecast to rise to 56% of gross domestic product from less than 20% before the pandemic. New Zealanders also voted on Saturday in referendums to legalise euthanasia and recreational marijuana, with results to be announced on Oct. 30. The latter vote could make New Zealand only the third country in the world to allow the adult use and sale of cannabis nationwide, after Uruguay and Canada. (The story refiles to fix garble in first paragraph.) (Reporting by Praveen Menon; Additional reporting by Lidia Kelly in Melbourne; Editing by William Mallard and Raju Gopalakrishnan)

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Reelected in Landslide

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern appears headed for big election win and 2nd term in early vote countingNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern appears headed for big election win and 2nd term in early vote counting

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern appears headed for big election win and 2nd term in early vote counting - The Washington Post

Election was delayed by a month after a second Covid-19 lockdown in AucklandElection was delayed by a month after a second Covid-19 lockdown in Auckland

New Zealand election: Jacinda Ardern secures landslide victory

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was on track to achieve an unprecedented outright majority in New Zealand's general election Saturday after campaigning on her success handling the Covid-19 pandemic. With 10 percent of the vote counted, Ardern's centre-left Labour Party was on 49.9 percent, which would give it 64 seats in the 120-member parliament. No leader of any politicalPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern was on track to achieve an unprecedented outright majority in New Zealand's general election Saturday after campaigning on her success handling the Covid-19 pandemic.

Jacinda Ardern takes early lead in New Zealand's 'Covid election' | Deccan Herald

With more than half the votes counted, Ardern’s liberal Labour Party had nearly double the support of its main challenger, the conservative National Party.With more than half the votes counted, Ardern’s liberal Labour Party had nearly double the support of its main challenger, the conservative National Party.

New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern headed for landslide win and a second term - world news - Hindustan Times

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has secured a second term after her party won over half of parliament seats in the general election.New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has secured a second term after her party won over half of parliament seats in the general election.

Beloved Kiwi PM Ardern wins second term in landslide, secures single-party majority in parliament — RT World News

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s center-left Labour Party won a landslide victory Saturday, reaping a reward from voters for her strong response to the coronavirus pandemic.New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s center-left Labour Party won a landslide victory Saturday, reaping a reward from voters for her strong response to the coronavirus pandemic. With 98% of

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern wins reelection in landslide

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Labour Party held a commanding lead in New Zealand's general election on Saturday, very early tallies showed.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Labour Party held a commanding lead in New Zealand's general election on Saturday, very early tallies showed.

New Zealand's Ardern wins landslide election victory as opposition concedes defeat - CNA

A fresh-faced Jacinda Ardern entered office three years ago promising "relentless positivity" -- and New Zealand's leader has needed it in abundance as a succession of catastrophes besieged the nation and tested her mettle.A fresh-faced Jacinda Ardern entered office three years ago promising "relentless positivity" -- and New Zealand's leader has needed it in abundance as a succession of catastrophes besieged the nation and tested her mettle.

New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern: A Victory Forged In Crisis

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered the biggest election victory for her centre-left Labour Party in half a century on Saturday as voters rewarded her for a decisive response to COVID-19.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered the biggest election victory for her centre-left Labour Party in half a century on Saturday as voters rewarded her for a decisive response to COVID-19.

New Zealand's Ardern wins 'historic' re-election for crushing COVID-19 | Reuters

Ardern's Labour Party look set for a big victoryArdern's Labour Party look set for a big victory

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern won a second term in office Saturday in an election landslide of historic proportions. With most votes counted, Ardern's liberal Labour Party was winning 49% of the vote compared to 27% for its main challenger, the conservative National Party. Labour wasNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern won a second term in office Saturday in an election landslide of historic proportions. With most votes counted, Ardern's liberal Labour Party was winning 49% of the vote compared to 27% for its main challenger, the conservative National Party. Labour was

New Zealand's Ardern wins 2nd term in election landslide

Jacinda Ardern has claimed victory in the 2020 election. But much tougher challenges lie ahead over the next three years.Jacinda Ardern has claimed victory in the 2020 election. But much tougher challenges lie ahead over the next three years.

Covid–19 crisis has encouraged a new caring empathy in this country, one that draws a curious parallel with the early labour movement.Covid–19 crisis has encouraged a new caring empathy in this country, one that draws a curious parallel with the early labour movement.

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New Zealand’s prime minister and her party are coasting to victory in national elections, though it is unclear how far she will push her progressive promises.New Zealand’s prime minister and her party are coasting to victory in national elections, though it is unclear how far she will push her progressive promises.

In her second term, the iconic leader Jacinda Arden must put her popularity at the service of bold domestic reform for New Zealand.In her second term, the iconic leader must put her popularity at the service of bold domestic reform.

New Zealand election: Jacinda Ardern’s unfinished business

The centre-right opposition concedes, with Labour set for a rare outright parliamentary majority.The centre-right opposition concedes, with Labour set for a rare outright parliamentary majority.

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Labour has smashed National's hold on provincial New Zealand, looking set to capture up to 18 formerly National seats based on early voting. With just oveLabour has smashed National's hold on provincial New Zealand, looking set to capture up to 18 formerly National seats based on early voting. With just ove

Labour set to snatch 18 electorates from National - Brownlee, Smith, Bishop lose seats

Follow us live for the fastest-breaking news and best analysis of Election 2020 results.Follow us live for the fastest-breaking news and best analysis of Election 2020 results.

Election results 2020: Labour's Jacinda Ardern wins second term, crushes National's Judith Collins; Winston Peters and NZ First out; Act's David Seymour and Greens' James Shaw and Marama Davidson get 10 MPs each - NZ Herald

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has secured another three-year term for her center-left government against the opposition conservative National Party. This time, she looks set to enjoy an outright majority in parliament.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has secured another three-year term for her center-left government against the opposition conservative National Party. This time, she looks set to enjoy an outright majority in parliament.

New Zealand: Jacinda Ardern′s Labour Party wins landslide | News | DW | 17.10.2020

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has already won nearly half of the votes at the general election, and has claimed victory in front of hundreds of Labour supporters in Auckland Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has already won nearly half of the votes at the general election, and has claimed victory in front of hundreds of Labour supporters in Auckland

Jacinda Ardern wins New Zealand election in massive landslide victory - World News - Mirror Online

It's been a tumultuous three years in power for the 40-year-old leader, who won global praise for navigating her country through multiple tragedies. But the hard yards may be still ahead, writes Barbara Miller.It's been a tumultuous three years in power for the 40-year-old leader, who won global praise for navigating her country through multiple tragedies. But the hard yards may be still ahead, writes Barbara Miller.

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The former National Party leader also had high praise for Labour’s Jacinda Ardern.The former National Party leader also had high praise for Labour’s Jacinda Ardern.

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Jacinda Ardern eyes majority as New Zealand heads to pollsMillions in New Zealand are heading to the polls today in the country's general elections. The election was originally due to be held in September

Jacinda Ardern eyes majority as New Zealand heads to polls

WELLINGTON, OCt 17: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s Labour Party held a commanding lead in New Zealand’s general election on Saturday, very early tallies showed.WELLINGTON, OCt 17: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s Labour Party held a commanding lead in New Zealand’s general election on Saturday, very early tallies showed.

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