New Zealand opposition labour changes leader ahead of election

The head of New Zealand’s main opposition labour party, Andrew little, has resigned less than two months before the country’s general elections.

It was reported that New Zealand is due to hold the elections on September 23.

Announcing his resignation, Mr. Little said he hoped a fresh leadership team could boost the centre left party’s campaign ahead of the elections.

Recent opinion polls show that the party’s support has dropped to about 23 to 24%.

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