Jacinda Arden is re-elected as the Prime Minister of New Zealand for the second term.
She was the world’s youngest female head of the government to assume the office of Prime Minister of New Zealand at the age of 37 in October 2017. She is the leader of the Labour Party.
In the election, that was held on October 17, 2020, people have chosen her for the second term, for her commendable efforts to fight coronavirus and to declare the country as coronavirus free.
Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern was born on 26 July 1980, in Hamilton, New Zealand. She grew up in Morrinsville and Murupara, where she attended a state school. Ardern was brought into politics by her aunt, Marie Ardern, a longstanding member of the Labour Party. She recruited the teenaged Ardern to help her with campaigning for New Plymouth MP Harry Duynhoven during his re-election campaign at the 1999 general election.
Ardern joined the Labour Party at the age of 17, and became a senior figure in the Young Labour sector of the party.