Election 2020

ELECTION 2020: Nikki Kaye quits politics, Adams to follow?

Pattrick Smellie
Thu, 16 Jul 2020

Pattrick Smellie
Thu, 16 Jul 2020
Todd Muller's brief leadership of the National Party has claimed another victim, his deputy Nikki Kaye, who will retire from politics at the Sept. 19 election. Radio New Zealand is reporting that Amy Adams, who rescinded a decision to retire in order to become a right-hand adviser to Muller, will also announce that she will not contest the election after all. The Kaye and expected Adams resignations should draw a line under a tumultuous and politically disastrous period since Muller rolled former leader Simon Bridges on May 22, just under...

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