Wellington: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced that she will soon step down as Prime Minister and will not run for re-election.
His tenure will end on February 7.
Thiruvathy Arden has not made any definite plans about her future, but said that she will spend more time with her family.
He also said that he was confident that the Labor Party would win the next general election.
New Zealand will hold a general election on October 14 this year.
In this case, Thiruvathy Arden also said that the vote to elect the next leader of the Labor Party will be held on Sunday.
In 2017, at the age of 37, Thiruvathy Arden became the Prime Minister of New Zealand. Through this, he got the honor of being the youngest Prime Minister in the world.
Even if the Prime Minister steps down, Tiruvati Orton will continue as a Member of Parliament until next April to avoid a by-election.
Meanwhile, New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Grant Robertson has said in a statement that he will not run for the next leadership position of the Labor Party.