New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has won re-election in a landslide. The win wasn't surprising; Ardern's leadership has helped New Zealand become one of the most successful countries in handling the coronavirus pandemic. Going into the election, polls showed Ardern's Labour Party with a wide lead over the nearest competitor, the conservative National Party. With most of the votes counted, Ardern's liberal Labour Party has won 49%. It's the best showing for the Labour party in at least 50 years . It's also the highest result for any party since the country switched to a proportional representation system in 1996. The Labour Party was projected to win 64 seats of the 120-member Parliament, giving it the ability to govern without the...
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New Zealand PM Ardern Wins Re-Election In Best Showing For Labour Party In Decades