Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand, has declared she will resign no later than early February and not run for office again. It had been a difficult five and a half years as prime minister, Ardern said, adding that she needed to step down because she was only human. Ardern, 42, told a news conference: This summer, I had hoped to find a way to prepare for not just another year, but another term - because that is what this year requires. I have not been able to do that. I know...
By pointing at Keir Starmer and saying ‘you’re just as bad as I am’, Rishi Sunak is only making his position worse
The protests follow a weeks-long movement to demand Dina Boluarte’s resignation, the dissolution of Congress, and immediate elections.
Unlike other leaders who just aren't feeling the burn to remain in power, at least she has acknowledged it.
On Thursday, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced her resignation from her role, effective February 7th, 10 months before her term was set to end. The Labour Party leader made the announcement at the party’s annual caucus meeting while holding back tears. Ardern stated that despite previously announcing her intentions to run for a […]
Thousands of Peruvians descended on the capital Thursday to pour out their anger at the government after the deaths of at least 53 people in recent protests.
WE are accustomed to viewing prominent Bahamian politicians on our own television broadcasts, listening to them on the radio and reading their words in our newspapers. Consequently, it’s always intriguing to witness the appearance of a predominant Bahamian figure in an unfamiliar, foreign context.
An aide to Japan's prime minister has publicly apologized for having his
Hipkins, 44, faces an uphill battle to win Labor a third term in office in an Oct. 14 election, with his party trailing the main opposition National Party in recent polls.
Chris Hipkins will prioritize the economy as a recession looms and may jettison some of Jacinda Ardern’s policies ahead of an October election.
When Rishi Sunak succeeded Liz Truss as prime minister after her short tenure, he promised “integrity” and to fix the “mistakes” of his predecessor. The MP for Richmond (Yorkshire) became the UK’s third and final prime minister of 2022, making history as the country’s first Hindu leader and youngest for more than 200 years. A series of challenges have dominated his premiership so far: soaring inflation, sky-high energy bills, industrial disputes, and scandals within his own cabinet. Click here...