New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is back to working with the Green Party despite her historic election victory.
That party will receive two ministerial posts so that they can work on their “common goals”.
Ardern’s Labor Party, which received much praise for its approach to the corona crisis, could also rule without a coalition partner.
The progressive party of the prime minister won 64 of the 120 seats in the parliament of the island state in this month’s elections.
The Green Party also participated in Ardern’s previous government.
According to the Prime Minister, this cooperation has gone well. “We showed in our previous government that we could work well with the Green Party.”