New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden pays tribute to Benazir Bhutto

LONDON: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden paid tribute to Benazir Bhutto at Howard University and praised her views on democracy.

The Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Arden could not help but admire the Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto while addressing a function at Howard University.

According to details, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden could not help but praise Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto while addressing a function at Howard University.

In her speech, Jacinda Arden paid tribute to Benazir’s views on democracy, saying that her views on democracy still seem to be true.

He said: “In June 1989, the Prime Minister of Pakistan stood up and addressed the gathering, talking about his journey, representative government, human rights and democracy. Should’.

Comparing herself to Nazir Bhutto, Jacinda Ardern said that despite all the political differences in the world, two things about Benazir are undeniable. The first is that she was the first Muslim woman Prime Minister to be elected in an Islamic country. It was a rare thing for a woman to be in power and secondly, she was the first woman to give birth during her tenure as Prime Minister.

In her speech, Arden said she had met Benazir Bhutto in Geneva in 2007, seven months before her assassination.

“I am the second female prime minister in the world to give birth to a child while holding the office of prime minister,” he said.

The Prime Minister of New Zealand said that my daughter was born on June 21, 2018, daughter and Benazir have the same date of birth.

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