Ardern's victory was due to her commitment to women's rights and equality - MP Vanushi Walters
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Sri Lanka, Nov. 15 -- In their recent parliamentary election, the people of New Zealand discarded the old white men who had been running the country decades and chose instead a host of new faces who included young women, people of colour and LGBTIQ people. They gave the Labour Party and its leader Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern a second term with a resounding victory for her support for woman's rights, equality and inclusivity as well as her handling of the Covid-19 pandemic and the horrific attacks on a mosque in Christchurch last year.
This week Ms. Ardern, who became the world's youngest female head of government at the age of 37 three years ago, appointed the most diverse cabinet in New Zealand's history, with indigenous Maori ministe...
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