Former New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made an emotional speech in her closing speech to Parliament.
After announcing to quit politics, he said to the women – take care that leadership does not stand in the way of motherhood.
Jacinda, 42, said in a speech to Parliament in Wellington, “I could have been a better mother.” You can be that too and stay here (in Parliament).’ News from CNN.
Jacinda Ardern has won global acclaim for being a compassionate woman and strong leader. He resigned from the Prime Ministership in January this year. But he will be remembered as a ‘crisis manager’ during his five-year tenure.
Two mosques in New Zealand were attacked by terrorists in 2019 during Jacinda’s prime ministership. 51 worshipers were killed in that attack. The following year a volcanic eruption killed 22 people. He handled these crises efficiently.
In 2018, Jacinda Ardern became world famous by giving birth in her office. Among world leaders, former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto gave birth in her office earlier.
Jacinda spoke candidly about her difficult pregnancy journey in her speech. She said that due to mental stress and other complications, she was forbidden to become a mother at the age of 37.