The race to replace Jacinda Ardern as Prime Minister of New Zealand is still ongoing. The two main contenders are Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters and Labour Party leader David Parker.
Peters is the leader of the New Zealand First Party and has been serving as Deputy Prime Minister since 2017. He has been in politics since 1979 and is known for his conservative economic policies and his strong stance against immigration.
Parker is the leader of the Labour Party and has been serving as Deputy Prime Minister since 2017. He is a vocal advocate for progressive economic policies and was a key figure in the Labour government’s response to the global financial crisis. Parker is also a passionate advocate for social justice and environmental protection.
The race to replace Ardern is likely to be a close one, and the result will be determined by the New Zealand public in the upcoming election.