by Mike Campbell

theCounterSignal.com

November 28, 2023

Christopher Luxon replaces far-left COVID tyrant Jacinda Ardern’s Labour Party.

Conservative former businessman Christopher Luxon was sworn in as New Zealand’s new Prime Minister on Monday, after a decisive election victory in October.

Luxon’s National Party won 38% of the vote on October 14, capturing 48 seats compared to the second-place Labour Party getting 27% of the vote, enough for 34 seats.

The 53-year-old Luxon, who previously served as an executive in the airline industry, replaces far-left COVID tyrant Jacinda Ardern’s Labour Party.

Ardern abruptly quit in January after her party fell significantly out of favour with New Zealanders after her government’s handling of the so-called COVID pandemic. Chris Hipkins took over the leadership of the Labour Party after Jacinda Ardern stepped down.

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