New Zealand’s new prime minister, Chris Hopkins, was sworn in after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern resigned last week.
According to foreign media reports, the ruling Labor Party’s Chris Hopkins has received unanimous support for the country’s leadership, having already received the education, police and public service portfolios.
Chris Hopkins is the 41st Prime Minister of New Zealand.
Chris Hopkins says living costs will be his government’s top priority after taking over as Prime Minister, the household budget is being stretched and we need to do as much as possible to help.
It should be noted that the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern, resigned from her post in the past few days.
Jacinda Ardern, 42, said: “I considered during the summer break whether I had the energy to continue as Prime Minister but now I have come to the conclusion that I don’t and in these circumstances My continuing in my position may be detrimental to New Zealand.