Labor, represented by the New Zealand Prime Minister, wins an absolute majority in the election

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jindind Ardern has won a convincing parliamentary election.

The Labor she represents won 49% of the vote. It is predicted that the party will win an absolute majority in parliament, which is a great rarity. The elections were accompanied by two referendums on the legalization of euthanasia and marijuana. Their results will be announced in two weeks.


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