New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern condemns divisive elections in victory speech – video

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Jacinda Ardern condemns divisive elections during victory speech, saying polls ‘don’t need to tear people apart’. Ger words were interpreted as a veiled allusion to the divisive US election, due to take place in two weeks.

The Labour party secured a landslide victory with its best result in five decades after Ardern emphasised kindness and cooperation during her first term, and told voters she needed a second term to deliver on her promises of transformational change

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