From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Leader of the National Party is the highest ranked politician within the New Zealand National Party. Under the constitution of the party, they are required to be a member of the House of Representatives. The current leader of the National Party is Judith Collins.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leader_of_the_New_Zealand_National_Party
The New Zealand National Party (Māori: Rōpū Nāhinara o Aotearoa), shortened to National (Nāhinara) or the Nats, is a centre-right political party in New Zealand.It is one of two major parties that largely dominate contemporary New Zealand politics, alongside its traditional rival, the Labour Party.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Leader of the National Party is the highest ranked politician within the New Zealand National Party. Under the constitution of the party, they are required to be a member of the House of Representatives. The current leader of the National Party is Judith Collins.
The New Zealand Party operated as a political party in New Zealand from 1983 to about 1986. Established by millionaire property tycoon Bob Jones, the party promoted economic liberalisation—it was the first political party to promote free market reforms.
New Zealand National Party politicians (4 C, 102 P) Pages in category "New Zealand National Party" The following 34 pages are in this category, out of 34 total.
An election for the parliamentary leadership of the New Zealand National Party by its caucus was held on 14 July 2020, after incumbent Todd Muller resigned earlier that day citing health reasons. It resulted in Judith Collins becoming leader of the National Party and of the Opposition.
An election for the parliamentary leadership of the New Zealand National Party took place in the National Party parliamentary caucus on 22 May 2020. Todd Muller and Nikki Kaye stood against the existing leader Simon Bridges and his deputy leader Paula Bennett following poor polling results.
the October 2020 New Zealand National Party leadership election, in which Collins retained leadership but Gerry Brownlee was replaced as deputy by Shane Reti. ‹ The template below ( Disambiguation ) is being considered for merging.
- Withdrawn candidates
The 2016 New Zealand National Party leadership election was held on 12 December 2016 to determine the next Leader of the National Party and the 39th Prime Minister of New Zealand. A secret exhaustive ballot of the 59-member National parliamentary caucus was to be used in the event of a contested leadership. The election followed the resignation announcement of Prime Minister and parliamentary leader John Key on 5 December 2016. Deputy Prime Minister Bill English became the sole candidate and was
John Key became National Party leader in 2006, as a second term electorate MP for Helensville. Following two years as Leader of the Opposition, Key led his party to victory in the 2008 general election, forming the Fifth National Government of New Zealand, and repeated this feat in both the 2011 and 2014 general elections. At the time of his resignation in late 2016, National had enjoyed a sustained period of strong polling leading up to the 2017 general election.
During his resignation announcement on 5 December 2016 Key conditionally endorsed Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, and National Party deputy leader Bill English. English also received the backing of each of the parliamentary leaders of National's three parliamentary su
Minister of Health and Minister for Sport and Recreation Dr Jonathan Coleman announced his candidacy on 6 December 2016. Coleman was first elected to Parliament in 2005 as the MP for Northcote. He also held ministerial positions for Defence, Immigration, State Services and Broadc
Minister of Police and Minister of Corrections Judith Collins announced her candidacy on 6 December 2016. Collins was elected to Parliament in 2002 as the MP for Clevedon; after the 2007 boundary changes, she was re-elected MP for Papakura in 2008 where she remains MP. She previo