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New Zealand Government’s First 100 Days: Achievements and Upcoming Challenges

New Zealand Government’s First 100 Days: Achievements and Upcoming Challenges

New Zealand government's first 100 days in office have largely gone according to their 49-point action plan, which aimed at addressing various issues

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New Zealand government’s first 100 days in office have largely gone according to their 49-point action plan, which aimed at addressing various issues such as the economy, healthcare, education, and housing. However, this period has mostly involved reversing policies from the previous government. With this initial phase ending, the government, led by Christopher Luxon, now faces the challenge of dealing with more complex issues and maintaining its popularity and cohesion among its coalition partners. The upcoming budget will be a significant test for the government’s ability to fulfill its promises and manage the country’s challenges.

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