The media have reported that New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has decided to resign from her post. Accordingly, she will resign from that position as of February 2007.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand, who is currently 42 years old, is also scheduled to step down from the leadership of the country’s Labor Party. A vote will be held in the near future to select the person who will be appointed to that position. And the New Zealand general election is scheduled to be held on October 17.
Informing the media about her decision, the emotional Prime Minister of New Zealand said that there was nothing left in her to lead the country.
She was 37 years old when she became the Prime Minister of New Zealand in 2017, making her the world’s youngest head of state.
She will go down in history as the head of state who managed to govern New Zealand in the face of obstacles such as the shooting in an Islamic church in Christchurch, the capital of New Zealand, the COVID epidemic, and the volcanic eruption on White Island.
She also became the second head of state in the world to give birth while serving as a head of state.