Prime Minister of New Zealand will resign
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Thursday that she would step down within weeks, saying she does not believe she has a chance at re-election in October.
Speaking at a press conference, Ardern said her term would end by February 7, when a new Labor prime minister is expected to be sworn in.
"The decision was mine," Ardern said. "Leading a country is the most privileged job one can ever have, but also the most difficult," said Ardern.
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