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New Zealand has finally agreed to a three-party coalition government, nearly a month and half after their 2023 Election
National Party leader Christopher Luxon will be prime minister, after snatching the role from another middle aged white man named Chris who replaced Jacinda Arden.
The role of deputy prime minister split between populist NZ First party leader Winston Peters and ACT party leader David Seymour – who boldly declared before the election that he would never sit at the cabinet table with Mr Peters. Today he has back-pedalled on his promise, which is what all politicians do at some point.
Everyone except Winston Peters. The Kiwi Version of Bob Katter MP spoke to The Betoota Advocate moments ago (see headline)